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Array /  .
ll:,- :i larger ctrcu*
lation than anv
Mowspapor in N.
Kootenay. Bos] advertising   medium.
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VOL. 2
i.
I he representative
.i the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for if 2
per an. in advanoe!
TROUT LAKE CITY B.C., Feb. 8, iqo6.
No. 15.
ichoo!
Report.
5U0WS STANDING OP PUPILS
s INTERMEDIATE AND
SENIOR GRADES.
'I!
. following ir* the school re*
;   haii.led iii  liv S. Shannon;
A.,   and   shOWi  the   -landing oi
hi,,- |iii| il- in '1"' Intermediate mnl
|M nioi | radea of Trout Lake school
,r ,i„. month of January :
;,tli CiasS.—
Alec. MoPheraon   ,
i, i ■,' McPherson .
4,h Class,
Willie Atherton
Gordon McPherson
Clarence Graham .
!. nn  Viin.nd
Miia Granam
Horace Masterson
Mn- iiie 1'r.iH.r     .
Alice Murray
Kthel lohnaton
.• 3rd Olas
Naomi Vipdnd
Charlie iiai.er
Will Johnston
Martha Johnston
George Haner
r 3rd Cla«
Pearl McPherson
Edith Abrahamson
i .therine Viii.ni.I
Frank Abey
Olive M'eV
Tommy Johnston
81 I
461
390
a ii
341
278
271
268
257
214
177
388
227
IS'. I
m
282
248
218
127
126
A WORD TO THK YY1SK -."
The feeling shown not only in
(ths l.ar.l.'.iu but throughout the
pt b of the province relative to
laken by the Trout
l.nke people ni the matter oi tbe
A, a K Charti r extension Bboold
: instructive lesson   to   the
Rritisl I olumbia del jation in the
i Ittaws house.
\\ ■■   are   the    people    who   nre
i in this deal, and we want
the C.P.R.. ither to  throw  up tbe
.li.nter   wiih    its   accompanying
l.'iins or build tin- ro; d
Other considerations will not he
;.. i ■ i ted as an excuse.   ( Hir w ishes
in i-'   he  paramount,      it    -
i business deal in which tbe
C.P.R   is .ranted   a eharl. r wi' li a
■ i do >• irtain  work, and we
| ", the fulfilment of the har-
Lgain.   Patience has ceased t" be a
and there will  1»" trouble if
[our interests  are  nol safeguarded
'   Parliament.
TRADES COMMITTEE BIT.
The Trades Committi e held their
regular monthly mealing in t!..
i City Hall, lv Hie St.. on Monday
night last. A good attendance
and Srisk lively discussion of
matter- .'f importance were feat-
un i of tin '■ ■ ning.
In .- .iiiii-i'lion wilh   tin*  A. _ K.
Oh .r'l r . xtension it  was ri
I • mora i to \\ . A.
Galliher, M 1'. pointing mil thnt
the ni'.v. r ti nt had been endorsed
hv ti..- diff rent Boards of Trade
throughout il.' ci untry as well as
the Associated Hoard- of Trade.
The ji'ess  thi untry
• i backing up 'he movemi nt.
-Ml'l.KMAN SWORN IN.
tittawa, Feb. Pith.—Senator Templeman was sworn in today ns
Minister oi Inland Revenue. It is
likely that the h..n. gentleman wllj
lhro« up his si natorshlp and run
i ir the city ol Victoria in the Com*
mens, Mr. (ie. rgo Riley, the pre*
il member for Victoria olty ii
taking Mr, Templctnau'a place in
Senate,
I.EVKL-ITOKE    ASSES8MKNT
DISTRICT.
Notice i- herehy uiven, In accor-
,1;11"''' with the statutes, that Provincial I;. venue. Tax. and all ns-
iB8«*d Tuxes and Income Tax, as*
! nnd levied under the Assess*
menl Act and amendments, arc
now .Ine and payable for the vear,
1900
All taxes collectible for the Ri v«
clstoko Assessment District nre due
:ll"i payable at my office, situate
''' the Court House, Revelstoke,
ILC This notice in terms of law]
'" equivalent to a personal demand
Dy ll1"   t"  all   persons   liable   for
taxes,
Dated at Revelstoke, B.O., this
«nd day of January, 1908,
PRED. FRASER,
AT RK.-T.
The Truro Weekly News ..f Feb.
1st, gives a graphic and detailed
report of the obsequies of the late
Richard Craig, Esq., father of nurj
'  med  citizen, "A.   M.   Craig,
and ive gather Unit thc dee.easeil
gentlemen wan held in profound
lesr.eet. Oitisem Oi all ranks nn.l
professions   crowded   inf.   St. A l
draw's ohurch to pay their last r.
pecU 10 " one w in. for so inai''.
long years had gone in an.I .• ll
am.ui;: them .is a worthy and mu h
respected fellow citizen.'
The I own Council Were ,.res. n
in body to honor the memory .>f
an ex-Mayor •>( the town. School
Board and ..lhcr bodies were als.
present, whilsl various temperance
- assembled in full regali i.
Deceased was .me of the charter
members ..f the Truro division i.f
tbe s.in- of Temperance and the
members '.'ail,' red in large num*
'i he pall bearer -listed
of V \ ' .i.iiee. M.I'., nnd ...: r
influential gentlemen.   Th.'
ivered with M.<• ■*.. rs and
pr ttv '-nil.i. lis. A lar " corti i
followed the remains of this deeply
mourned citixen.
RETURN THANKS
To Editor Lardeau Mining l!"\; ■
Dear Sir, We wish through you
to extend our sincere thanks t" thi
citizens of the town [or the assistance given to ui m I day morning.   We appreciate the work dom
and the efforts to save what n.v
possible from the tire.      While the
buildings were a lotal loss, we recognise the  f.ct that   much oi OUI
nal belongings ai well as
consld ■ rii!m• ■ amount oi furniture
was saved only through strenuous
efforts and many times dangerous
work on the part ol our neighbors
and oitii ins. We wish all i ■■■■
think all for the many expression!
of sorrow and regret wehavere*
c. i\e,l.     Yours very truly.
AiutAiiAM-i.N Bros,
front I.ake. B.O., Jan. 7, 1908.
Dear   Sir.—We   wish   to   thank
cititemi   and   friends   who  during
the tire on Tu.-day morning sn
ably ami nobly worked to save
..ur buildings. We realist thai
it  was only through their efforts
thai mil' pn mi-■ s were saved aim
In BVy losses averted.
Yours truly,
E. L, M .STKU80N,
1'    I'.  Al'.KV
Cressman, u.e Revelstoke tailor,
wi! l.e here next Tin -.day and
Wednesday.   See his new suitings,
It was understood that a hockey
match was to have boon played
here lasl nighl between Camborne
and Trout hake, bul owing to a
misunderstanding  the   Camborne
team did   imi   turn   up.    A croud
cai lown from  Ferguson to tea
the   match,   and   rather   than dis
appoint the public they volunteer
ed  to  Iill   the  breach.    A scratch
match   was thereupon played, and
Deputy Assessor and Oolleotor| victory rested with  the Ferguson
Revelstoke Assessment District.      ' team by fl to :;.
EMfiMMW@MWWWifi' Pete Culkeen and Fisherman
cal and General. K Jack came in during the week from
^iWWW^wWi^ tDe  HiJiman and   Beaton log
"Turn Him Out'1 on tho 14tb.   i(':""p' 	
Mrs.   W.   R.    Hollenbfeck   and
The whole town turned out hist family left Wednesday to join Mr.
Friday t.. hid  Billy   MulHn God* Hnllen&eck   in   Portland.     Rev.
»P■"' ""*  l*i« departure for New Mr. Sobtt accompanied them as far
York.      Tic   ladies   were  there in   _g Lardo.
. aud from many an eye a
''■;n drop dropped as the genial
Hilly standing on the hurricane
leek 'd the ' ProcK r "disappeared
from view. The night before al a
social farewell gathering he was
presented with a handsome meer
■ nd tobacco pouch by
bi many friends as a token of
■ m.
J.   11.   Cressman,   representing
Cressman  &   Morrison, importing
t'lii'.i■-.    Revelsti ke,   will   he   in
Troul   Lake and   Fcrgusoi
and 11th February.   Bee o ir *ls
and  $20 suits  t,, order.   8|
Hi fo and |6.
trates
thi in .. salty f..r Letter tire protection.    Tho  Review do    i i»l liki
the sti i' ot) p ise, " 1
told you so," bul time ..•'•• r time
we I ave called atti ntion to the
fad that an fv.p, Dditure of a
couple of Imi dn d dollai - would
save boi •■ one • boutand -. It \mi-
t.nly by favorable wind eon.Iiii ■ - that the whole business por*
tion of the town was not wiped
out. Generally even where »Wci-
eient lire brigades are rn i
building* in which the tire o
tved, hut  prop ■• ;■
adjoining is protected by th
i.r- '• •'. is the
time to do business. Next ti,:i.
you  toi. I t   nol
The Review will start the ball
rol ing  wit Wh i  will  be
next. Mr Baki ..iii' Imperial
bank, will act as treasurer of the
(und.  Don'l delay, il is dangerous.
" Turn Him • tut r Wcdnee lay.
Mr. M. limi-. of the G. Y. drif-
liu CpJ and Mellaidy, Insurance
a  .nl.   both   ol   Kelson,   paid   the
town a visit on Tuesday.
Talk cf
Stocking.
LOCAL   BYNDICATE HAVE A
GOOD   THING   J.N
BROADVIEW.
Disastrous
Blaze-
John Morton left on Monday
for the east on business pertaining
in the Reward and Metropolitan
companies.
Sa ii Sutherland left for Nelson
Mo .lay .ai a bueiness trip.
<'rai«_' & Crawford did a rushing
livery business last Sunday. The
beautiful sunny day enticed all
who could raist the price to iniii a cutter ride. So casual*
li s reported.
A. E. Phipps, manager of the
Imperial Hank at Uevelstoke came
in on Tuesday night.
V i-dnesdav next al 8 p.m. sharp
•• Turn Him Out"
D. K. Wilkie has been elevated
t.i I  '    presidency of  the Imperial
Hank.
Rev. G. Cook, of Koslo, will
bold Divine service- in the Anglican church on Sunday next
Holy Communion at morning a r.
vice.
Silver is one point belo i * last
high mark, and is now quote! at
- an ounce. !.' ad dro| p. ■!
nr..' point on th ■ i ondon market
Eleotrolytic copper is again declining.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
l H .- is hardly the  time to   tarl
.ci    vour    Btimmer    vacation.
hut Me want you t.- consider the
LARDEAU
It    is   t' e    pl.l.'i'   where    lilltl'.!'
i„ -i en in all its grandeur aud
magnificen se. lis hikes, rivers, and
mountain  streams are filled with
the finny ti ibe, and disciples of
Ik. Walton are in their glory, d) W
It i- a resorl entin ly free from th"
mosquito pest W W M W M W t_
For information, write to the Secretary (8 Tratlcs Committee or to
the Review;
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
a_fe
CAPITAL REQUIRED TO DE'
VELOP PROPERTY
SUCCESSFULLY.
There is some talk among the
owners of ihe Broadview of stocking the proposition and controlling
it locally instead of selling it out-
right. We believe this is a good
plan if carried out in a straight
business manner. The stock company is the combination oi small
capital, which should, when man-
tgi i in.io si v ai. i j li iously,
prove successful.
I.'     oi    tl !■ group
hOWS   Up   ole
bodies sufficient to
QUEEN'S HOTEL DKSTROYKD
HY FIRE EARLY TKKS-
DAY MORNING.
GALLANT WORK   HY  LOCAL
BRIGADE BAVES OTHER
BUILDINGS.
"'he action betwei n G*o. Wind-
tor tp.iiiiitif^iind   ('has.   C,.pp in
the Supreme t' >url for the   p is*
i, ,.( the June mineral claim its   debut
comes up al  Nelson mi  the   13th nounced   ihe
On    Wh .In. -day   night   n. xt   at
the   Oddfellows   Hall,  the  Trout
Lake   Dramatic Bociety will make
As   previously   an*
preliminary   i    ay
inst.   0. W. McAnn for plivintiff; will be " Turn Him Out." a farce
K c. Elliotl fer defendant.
1>. L. McKoii/.h\ of New Westminster, Grand Master Independent Ordor of Oddfellows for tha
ptovince paid the local l<»d
official visit Tuesday. Owing to
miscarriage of notices th* brethren
wen totally unprepared and in
consequence could net lender their
chief a further welcome lhau an
ordinary lodge meeting,   .Mr. Mc*
Keil/ie   was,   hewever.   VdV  much
phased   wilh   the   showing   of the
lodge    and   complimented   Trout
Lake   on   the   possesion  of   one oi
the best halls iu the interior. Have
McLennan, of Hualon, aecoinpaui d
him on his visit.
in   one   act  hy  TllOS. .1. Willi   n
Esq.     Special   scenery b»a hen
buill  by th W. Abrahamson, the
perforin, rs have rohenrsed faithfully, and it is to he hoped lhe
t,.w ns| copie will turnout  and Iill
the    hall   on   this    occasion.     The
liisi portion of the programme will
he vocal and instrumental, an.l the
cream of local talent will appear.
A pleasing innovation will he the
rendering of several concerted
by the Glee Society. The
price ol' admission is B0o. to nil
parts, children half-price. The
proceeds will be devoted to the
sidewalk fund.
Beautiful, clear  weather   is the
prevailing feature this week.
.Miri'ai I i ie- investing of a lamer
amount of capital than can he put
u Iocs,.',. ... w li ...'..• that the
am iu y  In he raised for
future developu . ut can  be readily
ii.    Vi .• give herewith a .-l.ort
»
:■• b ;i.ie .1 the . nii'ii.ioi. oi affairs
at the mine.
There has been some 1100 feet of
development work, exposing two
leads, viz.: the Broadview and th«
Sonoma. The Broadview ia developed by a shaft 120 feet depth and
some ROO, feet drift work. The
lead is from 12 to 30 feet in width.
The vein matter for the most part
is ei imposed of cpathic i"""
carbonates and quartz, carrying
values in gold, silver, lead and
/ii • ; also two copper chutes, carrying from 4 to 20 per cent. A
honeycomb quartz ledge of free-
milling character, sum.- 4 to 6 feet
in width, extends through the
heart cf this vein, carrying from
£9 to $1". values in gold and silver.
The footwall contains a hotly of
excellent fluxing iron ore some 0
to L0 f.et in width and carrying
good working values with proper
shipping facilities. Tl is lead also
contains considerable galena ore
carrying from f30 to 160 values.
From this lead some 200 tons of
ore have been shipped, giving an
avi rage oi 116.00 per ton.
The Sonoma l ad is some 6 to 8
ft. in width composed oi some :> ft.
oi quartz on the hanging side The
koot ia composed oi iron ores carrying good values in gold, silver
and copper. A fair test gave gold
$2.80, Bilvor 8 ox., copper 7 1-10
per cent, ii' n 18 per cent, a desirable fluxing ore.
This property is accessible Ibe
year round, with plenty of timber
and water i ower at hand for all
mining needs The development
work bo far .'.one assures a future
for the property. The pro] erty
requires machinery and transportation facilities.
A special nice thu: of Licensing
Commissioners was he'd here io-
day. Those present were .1. I).
Moore Kaslo. s. Sutherland, Fer*
•■.usi'ii. 11. McPherson, Tronl Lake,
and W. II. Bullock-1 reb ter, < hiei
license inspi ctor, Nelson.
Gourlay Pianos arc high priced.
hut worth their price. What if a
Gourlay piano docs cost a few dollars more ? You get your money's
worth You obtain it in extra
durability—years more of service
provided for by the costliness ol
ite construction ; and you oh! iiii
it in its daily use —your delight
and pleasure in its exceptional
tonal beauty. Wo want you to
r-ec a Gourlay,
On Tuesday morning, Pith inst.,
at 2 80, George Windsor discovered
(ire in one of the rooms oyer the
bar in the Queen's hotel. The
alarm was immediately given, and
the proprietors, Andrew and Noah
Abrahamson aroused. Their first
care was to see that all the guests
and hoarders were aroused and in
r-afety, after which they secured all
the valuables and books in the
sife. By this time the general
alarm was rung by Sheriff Yuill,
and many neighbors and townspeople gathered and a considerable
auionnt of personal belongings and
furniture saved.
The fire having gained such
headway it was found impossible
to save any part of tl.e structure.
Fire chief Andy Craig threw the
whole weight of the brigade towards the [saving of Masterson &
irifllth's and'Frank Ah.y's s' .res.
For a '^couple of hours the tight
raged fiercely'between the devouring element and the townspeople,
but pluck, endurance and a liberal
application of water gained the
victory for the .mhryo firemen and
these buildings    V
An idea may be had v 'he fierceness of the fight that window frjass
was melted and inside curtains set
on tire by the intense heat from
the burning building 40 feet distant.
By five o'clock the ''Queen's"
was a thing of the past; not a
stick was left of what had been
the night before one of the most
comfortable hotels in the country.
The loss to the Abrahamson
Brothers will be between $12,000
and $15,000. Tho stock alone,
none of which was saved, was
valued at $2,500. The insurance,
as far as can be learned, is about
$6,000.
Abrahamson Bros, bought tbe
Queen's in 1891.
Windows w.re cracked by the
heat in Iraser's and Cheesenian's
100 feet away.
Jack Rady and Sheriff Yuill are
barred from participating in any
"doin'a"   until   tailor   Cressman
e lines in.
Frank Abey offered to take $50
for bis hunch of buildings, stock
and furniture at one period of the
Bro.
The Waterworks Oo. was a factor in the game ; so was eraser's
hose and Cheesenian's bath tub.
Phil Shepherd  and  Andy Craig
carried off the honors for staying
.piaHties.
One of our leading citizens took
to tie hush when he saw what he
thought a keg of powdl r rolled cut.
It was only coffee.
Oswald Woods saw a fo bill on
the ground, bul waa too busy to
pick it up.      When   he went for it
afterwards it had gone.
Guilty, aye guilty ! The Review
slept through it all.
Bob Madden mixed up the
Scotch and Irish in good shape and
kept the boys wet on the Insi le
As   a   result   pneumo iia  did   not
appear.
_.
The representative
o! the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
No. 55,
and General.    I
'^VW^JMrtiJVWI'^
Itbewey, who has held
of station  agent   hero
•parture of K.   T. Abey,
r__ncsd.iy for    Nelson.
t relieved by II. J. Hicks.
noticed that this issue
larger than our usual
hope our patrons will
|ange, which will  be the
paper in future.
-all smiles-—is not in it
Or Mobbs,of (lerard, these
ith the mill moving to
I the Lennoxvfue Hotel
•ht in it—fairlv in it.
fuble in Zion city. Dowio-
«jie  bounce  and general
''oliva has got his job.
ck IV. wae successfully
ist Saturday on Trout
liter Phelan.
las got in this week
ta, vegetable and garden
owering bulbs, clover,
;nnd Garden City lawi>
■chdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
st Sunday, The services
ll and some exceedingly
e was rendered.
ward Crosby gave a lec-
e Methodist   church  last
night entitled   'Among
rn B. <J. Indians."   The
i illustrated  by lantern
here was a  very   poor
,   i.    The rev. gentleman
ucted   services    in   the
church on Sunday.
io have books  from the
earnestly requested to
>n without delay.
les Committee will meet
i night at 8 o'clock.    A
ance is requested.
Masterson, Secretary.
rry, of thc Silver Cup,
ednesday's noat for a
ay trip.
Parker, inspector of
nd measures, is around
ual inspection trip.
evesquc is leaving short-
easure trip through the
t provinces.
our e>r on thc Lardeau.
mining de.'s  aro pend*
t the  Provincial HoUM
ting, the  Nelaon New*
t the columns ol politi-
;o which was nauseous to
el-headed reader, and is
g us news—and that in a j
manner.
inger and Joe Hawkins
for a day's fishing this
"hey secured somo nice
non.
(rns has  returned from a|
ip t> tlie coast cities.
Evans   has   secured
ise for his h .lei at Beaton J
meiiih rs   havo been cn|
1 thc grand opening took
Sal ur.I iy      We wi*>h thfj
success.
son beg.io Lis assessment
he Aurora at   H-Mile thii
•-tt.lliJS.UB
SETS
SEEDS
■1 was D-ctWeen ytow una •ovw.        ;^naiiu v«-cu.
m 2P)th   iiirft, the  Ladierj
. 1 give a l>a.ulcct Ball.
i operations   continue
»r   grounds.   A clean-uj
nade in a few days.
ry successful   dance  w|
the  Alexandria hall, Ki
Mt Monday night.
the appearand of <n>r\i
i snc*v roads breaking, tra]
.._ is not all honey these daj J
—■^
 ^V*_T	
. *w ** K« jm"^*,
THE LARDEAU* MINHVG
REVIEW.
fs I'ri'iloil r,t,'|'i„nr, l.iikol'llv. nnn I'liMi-le"
nl |.'irr..:u-'i>ii _r.ul Trom Lake tttn-v Thinnl..'
"i.   Kilt r,' ,i ,.. ;  .nit (tola   I'li.r-.'lt renpnii.
ill.!" t  i ' nun In ns u r t.|iri',"i|n,iii.  ni-' ex-
r'u- '..'it in Us ,'niiiiiin.i
All itt.ruN win in. .harped i.i  Hie mlu oris
lieirls |itn-lliif. Ilrsl insi'i'turll, uml III t-iiils |ie.
line t-nfli HiibHequeill I use rl inn.
'I'.'i-iiisitir I'rantlenl nn.l other r. ivortlttinit
| ill eo iiinii' known (in ioii.li.ij.IU.il nl ulllee
fi iiiaorliilloii rii'.iin ii vein-, in ndvance,
Oil   the   silver   question    Dun's
Review '-ays: '• Continental coinage requirements may he counted
tijion to'provide a steady demand
for silver in London. The United
Slates treasury is at. present without any silver burs, despite the
large purchases that have been
made tinder the acts of 187S and
1890, and Germany is also reported to he practically exhnu i .' in
this respect. As to the si.nation
in the United States, there was al
Ihe latest date ahol'l $470,000,000
in standard silver dollars tu gov
eminent vaul's. There is practically no demand for these coins
as a circulating medium, and hundreds of tons of the white metal
are held under certi Ileates in circulation. It should not be a difficult
matter   to   enact   a law providing'
Urout %n\K
Mater
Supply' i$o,
%tb.
tmmawctt^^
By  r.H'li'.t   Water  supplied    I V tl.
Company y u are ussurid of ahfu
lute purify,    Government Analysis
to back up statements, •.:::::   :
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
0W$$W^toto0$ito
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that -'0
after date, 1 intend to appl.'. to 11.<■ lion.
Oliief   Commissioner  oi    Lands   nml
Works for  n  special   license In cut iiml
cany away timber from the following
'ascribed lands, situated in West Kootenay .ll'striet.
l-'ii.ni n post planted nt Selilon Danoy's
iinrili-w'esi cornor post marked I'. J.
Do vine's north east corner  post, thence
west SO chains, llience   BOlltli SO chains.
thence east 80 dinlne, thence north 80
chains, to point ol eoninienacm ml.
P.J, DEVTNE.
Tn.iil Lake, B.C., Nov. is, lun;..
,,„?_. W. EDGE
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that ".' days
utter date I Intend n> apply to the Ohfel
iniiiiiiiissiiiiii'i' ol Lands and w.t. ■■ inr
 inl licence to cut. uml carry away
timber from the following described
Ian.Is Situated in West Route,In. . i-'
trlct.
l-'i'. in a pOSl plant.'ii nil the m.nil PMl
-iii.'..i I ji r dean creek about \ mile east
irom Half wav creek ami marked Peliton
Daney'a north-west corner post. running
, a-i -li Liin -. the",' • soul h B0 chains,
thence wesl 80 chain*, thence north 80
chains lo poinl of conuimncemonl.
SKI.DON IU. KV.
i Tronl Uke, B.C.. Nov. 18. 1905.
Painter —-
Decorator.
TROUT    L.\KI.
I?. 0,
for the rncoinini* i f small ijuanti-
:ic. oi then unwieldy silver dollars
into subsidiary coin- as they aro
needed ; tlie government nominally
!.nvine silver dollars from itself by
i    liing some of  the bUvi r i    -
tiiicates   that   cine into tin- t« BS*
ury from   tun I   to time
•mi' of circ i ati m would not h.   ' ;''";
CERTII-JCATfi op Till': ItF.tilSTKA-
TION OF AN KXTBA-PRQVIN*
i l.'.l. i -'.'.ll'ANY'.
('.■mi".- i - Act, 1897.
! hereby certify that tie
1 Clu -■
The vol-   {mi Mi, . |   Co ipsny," "Noil V
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.    All work
Guaranteed.
okelws M, Trout Lake, B.C
All thc Latest
Magazines en
Sale at "The
Review."
c> •*• * f t •
__.
appreciably diminished, if al all,
and   the   nation    would   \.
t v i ■.•—l'i • •* inciftl Co
'     _    Ael.    Ll   '
mil i.r       * nr any nf   lire i
the Company lo which the  I.".Maine I
avoid   inii'iiii;.   to   the   pressure on   untliorityof the ..->!.in. .• ' i     ir'i-i
tho bullion market, while reducing Cnil"nli'llu„tc_l8'    •   ,    ,-
I lie head otni    'l.e ( rmpnn.
the hur.leiisonie  treasury hold; liiiinii-SlmrpI -
■roi-ilvof dollars." ,;'.'^      '
I' I  .''III'' '     || til llll        ll     :   ll     .lll.'l-
_ piiiaiii.il State nf Pennsytvani*.
The aineei.t ol the ■ .
A writer en  mining  in British pany is two hundred thousand   -
_,  ,       , . , livided   inn.   lv...   hllliill
Columbia  says: " Investment in ,lmres ot one dollar esch.
mining ebbs and Hows, and has "-ml office ol ihe Company in
,    ,    . ,        . .          .         , . tics Province ia siinnte at  ilu- town ol
Black ttues when there   is nothing   rrout Uke, and T nas E. Ehrehart,
whatever doing. At present the Mine Manager, whose, address   -
.,    .       ., ,      ,     , tame, ia the attorney for the Company,
tide  is evi    ntlj on the Hood for **0| empowered lo Issue ami inr. I
this class   ■ ;' investment judging!•'**■■■ . . , .
,       , , , lhe  Company   is    special ly   liiinte.l
by the  numlierot pnrchs •-   I       ..,.        n 5u of the said tel
are being mode in the  Kootenay.     The time nlth»wdstenceol the co
, . , ,     .    pany is fifty years from the '.st!. ,,
and the  \i est  genera lv,  ind tms j
is the opportunity tvhioh has lone     "■"','*' '■''1,r my hand  and sea
• . .       ,.•;..-.• :■;   \ ictorio,  Province i
been awaited.    Iheie 18 no -  ".mi. day of October,
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
• Jones,
•af   Binders,   Fine   Job
NELSON, B. C.
»
1/>M-*C
Printing.
I General
erchants.
."   -       .    ry
..Tt
■a*
of the continent that has more
promising properties; that ean be
found in  the   Kootenays.
ilii.ii.-i.i.il nine hundred and Hve
k. ■!. \...i11i.n.
Ri nt Stock «
With     TLeobjects for which this company Is
the Granbv paying dividends. "ft"
it-   stock   worth  from  19 to |9.75 own, lease, occupy, use or dm
.    .   i   . -,i  .i „ . t_.      . ii   .      lands containing gold, silver, . ■
per share : with the mines ol Ross*
|.radically   all  upon   a divi-     Tomim«, or otlierw   ■ tractor
,     , , -,i ,i remove, gold,   silver,   coin
dono nritb •• o nes oln r „ :,..r!lis:
ol the Si.'C,m paying dividends:    Tbnr.s .ii. or otherwise to.
-,i   ,,    .,   ,,       "...       ., trofll - Ivor, copper, lead  ..r
with theSt. Eugene in Bast hoot- „ „.     „,., itlie prod
enay  paying   regular 'li.. then
wilh the Sullivan in thi e*   -1 '
ti'.n on the eve of paying • ri iii- to
areholders; with the ,rei.er* CAXC1 LLATION OF RESERVE
ally improvi . m oi tninin
this country is certainly an alluring place for tlie investor in min- W
;i ( ••. part- ,
•   i.
Trout   Lake   City  Transfer
and Stage Line.
tfWiW-rWrWrVti
I Ferguson
j Trout Lako \
-
I «-*. ti
\ Beaton
Daily Stage will ^
leave  Ferguson \
7 a.m.
Trout Lake at fl
BOB
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crav. ford
...- . irr.
x
-  -    IS- !. •
ing property. - Mining txcnai       i
in. i  - :. itii.t
ii
t,        , ,     „ .        , S'lile. • •'       .     „, ,,r tin.
ine election of omcers lor in    >■       	
A- .  i ■•     i    - •■-    ,      , -
ssoclati a I-. ards ol I radi. win
.. ...       i        i I Iln-1 i" run l i. li
recently met at i ran brook, was us n,\-en
f     I I I*.. I, I "I Mil.|
lollows : I., i».   Bucnanan  wa   re*
.   i .    . /     i     .-/ , ""'•
.: 'I..I president for the   fifth .on-   e Kitln .on. llml  '
,.,,,,. . ,     I'..'..'. ■  Hill  I- 'I  iC'il
tcculivi t. rin.     A  d. AlcKcnzio ol ...in,..
,, - , , , ' Mill   <• I. . i   una  ,|t • . '     liny nf
i.i.--land   was   also   re-elected  -    .
,.       . . nul l«  III. IiiiImI In ,
tary,   ami   rml   olarkey of  .
Nelson  as  sn   aaaistanl   to  the
i n    lent.
3_&__
I"    II"    time    I h-    you  |o      to
to Boy I.. :-.    Nov r wi r>.    fp*\
'• '  -|" es of F« rguaiiu
r..   Inl-'hl.
The   Towi-   of  FERGUSON
«ill in* on.- of  the   (4reatest
11•" l'l • imps in ihe
World.   The  high  degroe i.f
success    achieved    by    th<
i - W I \ 1.1 ill and
i'h' m TK'AI. llllll 1811 and
A M ERJ'C \ N M I NING
COMPANIES now I'l.-Tiitiiif'
tlii'i.r    i.    :i     llihuie    IO     |ln>
(.•nm ii   ni- wealth "I the hill*
rj      »\     r-4     ar,     &*,     >%
*)   -I   1   1   1   -J
m^,m
W   rs. ..'..Ur'.
. . i !k*-.   _
; ■   , .'iiii ni.
\ i,: -'
I   • n■■ rit lire should be an In
fcenttve io the Trades Committee
. - up tlie matter of providi ig
apparatus for fighting  fire    'lhe
salutary li s-.m thould not be losl
mid it In hooves the Tn tli   <
inittee i . acl al once,
NOTK !•:.
The   ordinary   annual
i in ::  ol  the  Old   I
and l'l I"1!- '.iln'..i ■ Companv, I.id . i
l.iuh, Will I"'   held   al   tbi   •   ,.■•.' ..I
the i nmp ■ roul   I     ■.  B.I'
on Friday, Snd  day oi  f. bruary,
t'.'iio, ai ■'• o'c k, |i in., for the pur-
pose  ol electing r the
i and sueJi ol
■ r
-     ll i'i     h.
I       in   .1
. !'. ' IT.
i B.C., 2nd
January, 1W...
you want to SEtX
you wn it to 1>VIY
I ml H ith the
Lardeau Mines
£._cr\aiigB.
Wn have • nvnral '
.ii.l term
■ llll I).' I U't.
I,ai'deau Kner, F.xr.h.-.n<.,c,
" l.evieu " Dullding.
Troul Lake, B.C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
.' ii Mn,
NELSON,
B. C
Mapte
Leaf
Blubbers
Styh    to
cover    every
II e fi i|   f r 0 III
fine ■
Ban
io     lumber*
men's or min*
60
■ r,
Sell
'1 hey are all
jtisi as honest
as lhe emblem
signifies,
Best
to
Buy |
J, Mb Co
Limited
Vancouver,
1', C
Best
Belling
to
Agents.
Wear
LeRnoxville
-<?—-Hotel,
E. M0B3S- PROP-
Hotel and
General Store
OEIRARD
3   C
The BEST Always!
in fink shoes !
minini; shoks i
shoe packs!
KI lilt IL Its  ami
OVERSHOES!
GERMAN SOCKS I
I'-i what ;."n "in ret If yon do yourbujrlni
s\ i'h ii     Ho don'l i't..i t. uin ii wnu
liin g In lhe way <>i lootwenr i<* <-:.ii no ua, or
drop u litre,
Tne ROYAL SHOE STORE
R.
Nelson, H. C.
ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail nr.lers cnrefullj' nnd   promptly
iiiieieie I lo,   Aganl (i.r Blntei snd Net*
llelr.ll Shoe-..
A. 11. IIIIVI.ANI),
I'llOVlM IAI. I.AMI MlliVI.VoU
Mineral Dial ins Surveyed
rol'l.Ai;, KA8L0.
Public S. I,-. .1. Hospital, snd
other in-tiintioiir.. liv. ilei,i
Wat. i iv. i|,s - \m, .,,. Sn. • i-
Hi ores   ni.il   Residences illu-
ll.l.lell   h_\     Ihi , :i ii'Hv I
_ he   (OH D
i- ndmii ibly laid onl    <o i in
Now  ..I.  the ii. "in d
Lots nn now bs purchase*!
riton
ui*.
r>
$75
TOViNSIlii AGENT
Y FLOYD
RRVELSTOKE, I J. C.
>
iv.
i
i ' .    j-     - ,-*.. •■    ■ \, is •• -■
♦ » •
Ube isotcl 36eaton
BKAI'ON.  B.C.
¥rOHfl nrriving threshold ol the I srdesn]
lin ti I  will i.e! thii Hotel i.i lie fully equipped
f...-1.   I tisili     '   ' Hi ni sccnunnodatlon.    A well
appointed ami   pacloua dining  hall,    Tho bem ol NVInes,Spirits
snd l I'on Ion en lo tbe requirement! of
I mi' -'" ' " I . i r. iv on comforts) this hotel.
W. BOYD -:-  •:- Prop
_. .   -'.tl'iMB
a."
,_ ._-. i/CO<L&*
-
FERGUS©!. HOTEL
The noted home tor traveller! visiting
»«. Ferguson, B.O,
A well stocked Har ol the choicest i.i.|..nrs, Wines, etc
McDonnell &  Black
Proprietors.
.,
"
.
-   I
Legal Notices.
CERTIFICATES OF  lMI'ltovK.vti NT.
NOTICE.
Golden Chest No. 2., Ciolden Chest No,
j Fraction, and l.idie mineral claima
situate in i'n' Troul hake Mining Diviiion ol West Kootouaj disti icl.
Where   located i  One and   one I all
miles sonth'wesl   irom   the   town   uf
Poplar, li. 0
'I uke notice thai 1.  John  K   irr,  free
miner's  ee.tilit'ale   No.  ll ,'cn.l
ility ilass alter dale lie f, to apply lo
'.l.e .Minini!  Iti ■   rilei tiflcal     ol
I iriprovetn inti toi i he pu i, 'im- ol oh
in*: en.un grants olthe above claims
Ami further take noriie ilial action
nnder section 87 musl  be nominal
before ths Issuance .1   m I n i Icalo ol
Improvement*      Dated this Slsl dav ol
ti rtoher, \. n . 1905
Nov 808 .iii1!:.' kki.v.
NOTICK.
Black Diamond  eral claim, iituate
in   the Troul Lake Miniie. ill\ i-imi nl
\\ rut Kiiuieiiav dial riet.
Where located : < In dh ide h it ween
the south fork ol the Houili Fork ol the
Lardeau rlverand lioiianas creek, ata ul
i.M. miles northerly trom the American
Take Notice that I. 0. B. N. Wilkie.
a. ling us agent  lor the *• atll. 11
Mining   Co.,   f M.C.   No.  U831U3, in
tend, sixty days fr  lhe date hereof,
to apply to the  Mining Ri i order foi a
Ce,ui rat.- .,i   li rementa,  f .r tlie
purpose ol obtaining a Cms n Gi snl ol
the .ii"'\ a claim.
An.l further take notice thai action,
under section 87, musl bo commenced
before the Issuance ol iuch Certificate
ol I mproramenta.
Date |   no-    .-a   daj   >l Oct.,   a.o.
:0. !'. X. WILKI1
NOTICE.
Black I liai'n.inl Mineral Claim rituato
in lhe Troul  Lake Mining Diviii if
We,-1 Kootenay District. When i ted;
One half mile north of II askim
Take Notice thai I.  H. Mel'lu raon,
tor i lie   Beattlc*Oregon   M li iiii
Co., Free Miners' Certificate . i
Intend   sixty   'lavs   from    ii ■■   date
hereof toapply to the Mining l.eci
i".' a < lertincate ol   I mprovwi i I
iln- purpose oi obtaining aCru
.a' i lie above clal n.
And  .ai I her tal i  notice tl
mi i .  Bei Hon       must   be ci n
i   fori     i ■ lasuanco ol auch i li
il ! ■ ■• rov. menu
! • ■ .i I day B rpt. a.i
,
I.E.
bi  i ', .. n.i laim,   -.iii.ti"  h. ttu
I'M,,11     l.itl..'    Mllllllg  iHii-Hlll    HI     W.
'at,,'I. :   ■.-   i ■   ''ii  inatian   i i
I i    l'.lm-k    Dial	
mill, I.,! < lull)
Ink, I, O.B.N. Wilkt.       onl
I', ler Mi .VolEl     i" ■   inii.ei - .. 11 r
It,,.11 lii<-  ti
nf, i ..' p| [trill!   llccoi I' i    it n . ' '
t 11 n | '
.ii.t..Inn ,      i .   , ■ rrUi.il!
\ ,..i en ■ a' i . mult r
. , -     i 'i
■
NOTH i
'.,.;.,',•,l;""1, M '•' ",:l111'  ■ : '■il" in  ni.'
Hiniim uivminii hi «i a i..,.n
I     v> In fir III. lied r   'i ,   (lull    I,   ";, ,.;;, ai.t..il
I'." lllll. ■   ■ |i  , ||
1  mil Ilttl 1,0 '' I        |  - i,i foi
1 '"    Hi*, rri'oiii
"i , ilxty hiij- i,.   ', ii,,   nm   hi.,
"  ' '":" I'1/  I'I ii'" M :r  II        i.     ,   I..'   ,.'l'
" "" "   improve „i- I'M   ii,,  |IUi
' '  ■ liimau l.nm i i,i ii„- „.„,., (jlttiin.
A'"* mrtli. i : e ,■ initio, itiul  un, unitor
■eelion H7, o... -t  i„. ,, „„  ; i, «,.,,.  i,, ,
~". ",' j'c. nC". '•      imi limits,
l'"1' -1 Un ' "' • i  .. i   n,  Ui.,
'"'' " ... tr. ,n. wii.iiii;, iM,.f.
•riioi'i' i.akk.
mh i.'K 'i'n l.i'.i.!' ',1.1. OOWNERB
To James Grant, I,'. Q. Macleodand
.Imie.rs Bouchier, ..r to   whomsoever
they mav Lave transferred their in-
teres! in the plate mineral claim.
Take notice thai I, the undersigned
co-owner with yuu in the Slate mineral
< laim, situate on Smith side nl I ardeau
iher l.etu. .-ti hapiil aud  Poplar ereeki
in the Trout Luke. Mining  Divlalon of
1 ell   I-., "lieii'iv.   I,ave  performed tbe
and made the nee*   ai j
ire on  the above  mentioned
I .i the years I0CM and  luOB, in
ild the -na iidoi section '.:'.
Mineral .\.-i. and tbe years foi
. as pei fori, i .1 and ex-
aendttun   in ■ i   pi red, I here
ol ici HQ da
ii I reol yon
fail or red ie to roul ributu your i'1"   i
-aiii ."ii -
I ra y tl II
■  "'    'iii lie said  mineral ciui
.      ■ ii i. ■
ind ' j v n !".,■..!
il nm,'..! ArtVimendmem \      WOO
I'rout  1     l* I       17th .
July, i . JAMI     sN. '.l.l.,
i'.
li   pays t" use iln-  Telephone.     A
. 111|. eai: often in- saved.  Ofrkoa
at  Fersuaon : i luunntns' Mure ;   I r. ul
l.. .'■. I'     Office; also al Beaton, Coin-
:i|,li.\ ami Arrow head.
m
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
Arrow lake, b, o.
Under   New   Management*
_«
•
Balmoral Hotel.
lo Ferguson  may rely upon the very bestof
"'■••"" - at thia  well-known hotel    Koomi are
mniUhed 'at.    Ths  Itar la stocked wilh
u ,i,t Im ai lorUi em . i palatable quencher*,
Under thc Management of S. Slinger
a*
7:
„;rr;, ,the queen's hotel
OI the UonipanaHouse, Rossland, \* -«—.«_#
Proprietor.
*5_r*OHCi
iii" Mi it complete health reaorl on
tl..- e.n.ii.ieiii ..f North america. Ac-
cunimodalioiii for   100 guests.    Oood
• and Iniii::
....   accor-
■ ie-ii'i nee ill   linlel   ur i Ilia   .      I
dortoi In atti inliiii. .-
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
BVJtRTTHIva   New   a IU    riUHT-CLAM    IN   Al.l. I'.hM'l oth
I _^
iW
Fare  Proof Saff€
Tin-l.n.i   -   • ll      H lb  ii..    (i-'-H Wlnaa and Cl«r.« tin llif ini»r_.>t.
Trout    Lake,
0,  II. IVILK1I     P.I. >,
    :
'• I
SI II
,.' 1 .1.
»iiinl.
Tom Kiittar.l- mineral claim,
in die in.ui lake Mining Divl
\\.   .  Kool iy 'li- ri it.
tVhere locate I   On Silver Cop mountain, about IS mill - from       rei i up
. ■ ,•.'-.. tl. it I. Fr ilorick I
r b'.M.O.  No    1
•; ,i  .loin, \V.   Weal) i
N .   l'.-T'ii'tl, intend,   lixt;
i to apply   to   th<
Mining        ■ i Certil
I U
i . tin
further lake notice that art
under       liou 9
...,,,.■
! this llth .lay of Aug., *. i
o,
.M.I li I-. TO DI usi '
To D  ii. McLennan or to a lion  ■
. v have trans', i
in the I-....In.' luineial . ialm
Take  Notice that  I  the   nn.   ■   .
.•o-.e.\ ner with yon in the Kml ru mineral cli      ■'■ ii   south aide cl Iji
.'.'•iiu  i ,ii-r between Rapid an !
, reeks in i!." Tro il i ake u. ning divlalon
ul .V. 1\" itenaj. have iwrformed
...-.i.i work and made the necessary ex
itenditure   on    the    abo' ■ > itiou ■'.
■    "•';   ■ '	
ordoi to hold the aame nnder -■ ition .'I
oi the Mil eral  Act, and thi
n Inch -...'i worl was perfor I i
penditnre n ■ ' here-
thin '.'ii
•
I
m.rl.i.u,,'   -nan
I     ■-
I .ur intereal
will i.-.
ul  Acl
1900.
.
Iui-.. :
1 •■
For in.    er partisularsapply to
Harry Mdiitosh,   Pr<*_rietr
"■"■"•■"""■"■" - TheCEeiTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
NOTICE.
Copp. ' -'trial'
division ol       A
t Kmi i el.
whei i e-.i.iiti-     Pointer
tain,. ir Cup
iiiiin'.
Jrik" not it I, cl  Charl ■-
Elliott, !.( . No. i •- H2, acting aa
agenl for Cha i   ■   . I . M C. No. .
F.N U.
No.   i ml   John   VV.   v..   it   i
F.M.I ntei d, -ir."
from the dati   liereo .■■ pi;  to
Mining  Recorder foi ate  ol
I mprovements,  for tl •■  put pi  I i  ■-
taiuiiig a Crowi f ill     ih   •
claim.
And  In.' ilei1 't.'ti. n,
undoi section "7, n I be commenced
belore the Usuatici Certificate of lin-
provenu i
I r:l'e  I   !|   If  1 lUl  *1.1      Ol   AlliT.      '
r tlm »ainc M«:iHK*m«,.t.
Rsvicw Job 0_ait*.
lor High-Class Work.
When looking for a plac i to s| entl
your holidays, bear in mind
that Tront   Lake   is   an
ideal   Bummer   resort.      The
ci neryand climal lificcnl
XlfVIEl   TABLE
S.S. oat) F. PIPER.
',;...■ ale ; 1   ' ■ ■ .■  A    '    .   '  . 1 ii.ii-
■ ■   '       |.'i in..inii:.
■'I  Hllll
... , is    follow*
. •      '
,:i'..i,,,i\  for
id,  in ice   : ■
'i.il.ei       Ma cu
wuh all C. P. H. S'.-nm.   - i-
■    ■
Ballings    v
The llowmjn Lumber Cc, !.!:n.te.t
V
The StrandEo.e!!
ROSSLAND    i 1
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN ROSSLAND
i.moHVm »*c«
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Loke Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rp.whid.ing
A SPECIALTY.
Stnbles at Trout* Lake.
Davis (Si Loder
Props.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Royal   Hotel
Fancy 3nr,
luteal tiatert-innicat.
Bulletin   Hoard, Worla's
line New*.
Excellent    Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   SS
l. morand. - prop, j^ 3|mpSon,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
Baa
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
* [1EN  fisiting  Fi rgnson you
I iiiv al '.ic  Lardeau
1 ii  I.,.     Here   the   i
fyj ka .    will   Im   mi rooiide'l   with
'^cviS   •""'" '"'   |:'"    '
l2___J!    oi lisj ne     well   venlilaierl
nu I    warm   n onu,   ■-••' 11
si.iekeri bar, and  everything which
terda towards  m:\.inx ytmr viait d
pleasant i. ml memorable one.
Rates ii'iii 'fl day i pwards
W.   sii i.e t.. please onr patrons.
FERGUS0M.
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FERGUSON - -BO.
ill ERE have bwn fortnn. a
made by judicious invest*
iiii.iii In il".il Estate, an I
more i.'.rtuiii - «ill be made than
ever the !'• M two ..i three years.
Tho one who reaps the harvi I
the original investor, for li< ims
his money on u i-ertaintj.
Now let ns point out to you that
there ia n" hi tier spol <>n Mie Con*
i ... ni i.i huy Real Estate I i«n
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake Is the prettieal ^i"'1
in   ilie  Km.'en ■    . •■    ;i pleasure
• it has nn i qnal. Baiting
anil lishin n ■ • '■-■ Indulged In
the y. ar rn.un-1 : while bit? game
. nd ,: i- ;,, ' lie round on
i, . |ii!J«, [is cl'ni.iiie Is ail] pib,
there le ing im *ii--.it • xtr. ni s. ii
i. mild   in v  liter and   - ol In
Bumm.i*. 1 c.i.i li. :i it .. 'mc • 1'
ii, .ii,.. t imi' Is mnl i'« Biilenccs In
liiitiuli Columbia. It- Btr«*etH are
W|      la d   "in and gradi d.    Tl .
Ill' '     tW'l    CXO'lll'Ilt      er'l.er.ll    Hi
:,.,,| n glmie < ai il"' adv rtis"in«i la
[n i'.,s j 'imi will si.i\  tl
trades aro fairly woll repreHont'-d.
Write  with t'Onfldmicn to Agenla
.
H.« »
Lots can be j
obtained on \
EASY  I
TERMS.
fin.
H- McPherson
A^cnt*
Troat Lake, B.C.
Make yo*ir
selection
........--,-»   ..•  •* #
Then .:ar. on
cr   write  to
ji I
,
Uk
__l
BT has v.evsr had a ' b< om " its
« growtb bus hc^n Bteady. It is
the Im-ihI <f r.avlgatiun, anil
•i i* terminal 11 the Lardo branch
ho C IMI. All roads (in tl o
I.:n» ciui i li ml to Tronl Lake. It
:r- ihi' commercial cuitie of the
riehtsl mineral district on the
continent an! has 1 Bnkli g lacili-
iit- provided l>y the lmjerlal
I'm.I. of i ;,imin : Rrst'ClaH scl ool
.it ci :. mi da'li n iii .ii r the ,;ir- c-
tii.c < f S. Sliii.ii.iii. I'.A.; a 2ie.il
v :ii > i aj sti ra : . \' i "in. nl . fTic<*s;
Count) Courl sittingi ; Mleth«-dl»t
Episi opal in 'I Anglli i n cburcl «-a
and cottage liospila).
There are valuable ranch lands
>.i the outskirts awaiting settlers,
[ta lumber rpsonrceaare rnagnifi
ci lit. nnd a bund *nw mill will, u
capacity of 60.000 U. per day is at
I of the lake. Tbe mines
•ii nii.iy are proving oul bigger
producers ever) year, witb i.hw
pro«|    te opening upi icb 1 odiea of
' •. re will be a **ij-r rush thia
year, so u jou would know
Hunt, write at onee tn either of
the ag< nis r.t ih" addresses below.
F. B. WeISs
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
7k
__
t_:
UttUUi....i*iii*...H.**.*i*U******.***Ui..iUUiUUiUiUU.U
.u..
The reprpaentative
o! the ricb Lardeau
eonntrv. Hcnt to
any address for $2
per un. in advance.
No. _..
al and General.
iretbcivey, who has held
fti of Btiition agent hero
departure of P. T. Abey,
■Wednesday for Nelsop.
relieved by II. J. Hicks.
c noticed tbat Una issuo
t larger than our usual
hope  our patrons will
ange, which will  be the
[i paper in future.
-all smile.—is not in it
Or Mobbs,of (."crard,these
itli the mill moving to
| the Lcnnoxville Hotel
it in it—fairlv in it.
)uble in 7ion city. Dowio-
ie  bounce  and general
jliva has got his job.
ck IV. was successfully
ist Saturday on Trout
liter Phelan'.
ias   got   in   tbis week
vegetable and garder*
rering   bulbs,    clover-
jand  Garden City la\vi>
■ehdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in tbe Anglican
st Sunday. Tlie .ervkea-
il and some exceedingly
c was rendered.
jward Crosby gave a lec-
e Methodist church last
night entitled  "Among
rn B. C. Indians."   The
illustrated  by lantern
ere  was  a  very   poor
The rev. gentleman
lucted   services    in  the
church on Sunday.
io have books  from the
earnestly requested torn without delay.
lies Committee will meet
night at 8 o'clock.     A
ance is requested.
,. Masterson, Secretary.
irry, of the Silver Cup,
rednesday's Doat for a
lay trip.
Parker, inspector of
nd measures, i3 around
ual inspection trip.
evesquc is leaving shoit-
easure trip through ihe
t provinces.
our eye on the Lardeau.
mining  deals  aro pend*
it the l'rovineial Home
ting, tho Nelson News
t the coin runs of politico which was nauseous to
Cl-headed  reader, and is
us news—and that in a j
manner.
jlinger and Joe Hawkins
hi for a day's fishing this
fiiey secured   some   nicej
fnon.
      -
rns has  returned from a]
rip l> tlie coast cities.
on<
Evans   has   secured
80 for his Intel at Beaton
members  have been
1 thc grand opening too!
Satunliy.    We wiih tli
success.
son begun till assflHMiiiriil
he Aurora at 8-Mile thii
te 26th   inst,  tho  Ladicrj
1 give a liaslcet Ball.
» operations   continue
jer   grounds.   A clean-uj
Bade in a few days.
HttJUJJS
SEEDS
ii was octVf een v»vA-j una »owu,    *  |4»iuuo vwncu.
ry successful dance wi,
(tln- Alexandria 1)1111, Fel
1st Monday night.
• tho uppearancc of »prl|
» snow roads breaking, traj
....^ is not all hontty these d*A *«_■•  I
.'
i
Coalface entered into Inr packing nf Mining Pnppliea, eee.
in an*1 i'.'i..t in tin' iliatriei.
..i.i.il, prrimpt service, and any work undoripken _u innieeil
Satisfactory.
S. DANEY, Prop.    Ferguson.
W.   Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
fO-vner of tho Abrahan
-.on Addition to the
Townsite.
Imraorial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
et a
l-or    lOiirself.
Don't Pay
Rent.
Easy Terms.
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S..
provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Surveyed
an J Crown Grants Obtained
iti'iHmiv   Vii tleeora0«te,
i it,ut l,ii«.'. n i
WOOD     VALLA NiCE    HARD-
Vt/ARE CO- I'D-
Hardware,  Miner,.'  Si-   plies, BtiHrei
an 1 Ranges.
n";lson, e**.c
mi iii i:
to
:t-mlors fur  Mineral  claim forfeit
tl.e Croti n.
I'eii.li-rr-   wiil  be "receive.1   )>y tl
.lcrr.i_i.eil up t<. 12 . 'clock, nm i
Tuesday, the 8th day ol February, IflOti,
for the purchase of the undermentioned
mineral claims, which were forfeited '•
tbe Crown at the Tas Pale he!,I in tl.e
Govern men) ofBce at Kaslo, B.C., on
tbe 7tli day of December, it .4.
To In- oonsid 'I, ml tenders must be
at least equal to tbe upset price, b«
given In-low, which i*. equivalent t" tli
amount for which such claims .
nave beon re purchased dv tha owners
nn tin- 80th nf June, 1906, together with
the taxes which have accrued Hi.irn thu
lax sale, the coal ol mlvcrtining for
tendcra. and Crwwn Grant i.e.
Claim Lot Nn. Upset price
i onsolldated Virginia S9P2    .*■
Klk 3993      4045
speculator 3994       44.60
Kach tender must be accompanied by
a certified cheque for the full amount
thereof, payable at par al Kaslo, la
favor of tne iiii.lei signed. The ch
of all unsuccessful tenderers will be immediately returned,
B. K. CHIPMAN,
Government Agent, Kaslo, b.c
.  ii :      tnthoriae 1.41,0 ".   10
Capiriti [paid up] -   SiOO.OOn
itpnt   -       -       -    3,500,000
tranche** in the Northwest Territori***. Provin    r-..f British Columbia, Manitoha,
Ontario and Quebec.
T 11. MKURfTP, President. D. R. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. and Gen, Man.
:■;. ll \Y, Aaalatanl <..".. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, Ohio! Inspector
Troi!    lake,   .n..'.    Draach—A    Q.nciiil    Ilanklnu    l n-i.i,--    Trurmct-J
Paving* Department—Deposits received and Interest allowed.
;i ,n- .;,ii'i available In all pari* of Canada.
■   i. - IUI '   I'lln.iie.
Hppclal attention LTiv.'i! lo eollaotlona ;"..l
.   |i„nd-.
r. b. baki;r,
Hannger
\V. I. ISRIUGH        J. M. SCOTT, m ,..
Scott & Briggs
Uarriatore and -~i ■ * I i • ■ i > on
S..li.'ii"i> f..r Mnlion'a Bank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
OtlOOl Mlppl
Toilet Articles,
Etc.
STRICTLY OABH
LINK OP CHOICE STATIONERY.
■ . 4  * . .'
ftr
...-V
••I5
ALEX.   CEAWFOE.D
TIIK   PIONEEB
Livery and Dray Stables
.-..Idle, Pack and Cartage Hnrs_« Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
StMMM
Dally staae leaves  Beaton at 12 o'clock for Tronl Uke Ferguson and Ca
Leaves Ferguson, via Troul Lake for Beaton al . a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lak«, Beaton, .ergo*""* and Cam!   roe
1   '
RESERVE.
RIGHT OF WAV   I OR   R KIVA AY8,
I u.
Notice i*. hereby civet, that all Crown
landa along the locati d lim - ilai
way. power, or Iramwav rompany. In*
,. ■ rated nnder authority ol the
l, .iini <• of thia Province and hav-
[no .. wldlli ..f fifty  160
Ki.l,. nl .iiiiii lines,   nre lo-vn, ,1 ll
pnriKtses for snch railway, |«wer
«ii\ ooninain .
w. t». i;nu,:.
l'<*i niy Com, ol Landa and Works.
I and* . ■'' oi ka Depl
\ ictoris B.C . 3rd < ».l., 1
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
EeaiipriCTS for Hit a_l Commercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. KcLENNAN,  PROP
ffl}frfrJE_MI4»_U_ S>U **" WVmMnmmmWitBttTia
TEe Lardeau Brewing |
 Company	
TROUT   I.AKE   LODOK    I. O.O. F
SO. -II
i
,*,) i'n. - I.i.   lllelll
■
**r   tra '■ .r n .1
■■   i    :       P M.Shepherd. *».
TUSCAN   LODGE,
N". 80.
& .'. M
.   :ir«l   Tlmn '
'   X,/ mouth.
Visitors Well
1  .   • W.M
p'in*-*na
Lager Beer
and Porter.
tKmWmWKX^i
Draft (8_ Bottled.
_ssb.^^_^s:^;?s3s^p_9es_b b
• =^.--..
©K
Barber Shop
— k>b a —
Good Shave or Hair Cut
— I Al.!. ON	
Wiliiarn Schneil,
FERGUSON.
H. N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, IL C
FI K K     IN 8 0 It A N (' E
L088E8   PA I D   PROM II l.'i
Write for Hatca.
5tarhq>_& Co.
who; !;sale DEAT.ER8 In Butter,
1*ki"i   t'liec..**,   Produce   and   Fruit
Houston Bk.,Josephine St. Nelson,B.C.
- r '. ■ ■ "■■
NOTICE.
The ordinary annual general
meeting oi the Primrose. Gold Min
ini: Company, Ltd. Liab., will be
hi Id nt the office <.f the Company,
Tr.mt Lake, ILC, on Friday, Feb*
nni.-y 2ml, 1906, nt 8.80 |)in., fur
the pur|ai.-.c ..{ electing directors
f..r the mining year and such
other business as may be properly
brought before the meeting.
J. If. MILLER, Spc.-Treas.
Dated at Troul Lake, B.C 2nd
dny of January. 1906.
Hot and Cold BathS'
■    i
A,- ,mutant.
Auditor.
j.O. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Outrme companys' Interests earefullj
.1 after.
Agent tor Uourlav'i PI
Imperial
Barber Shop.
:
I
For«..... 1 Haircultlng an.l
Bliaving go to
G. A. CHEESEMAN
TI.OI TI..MIHI HV Jpk
—
Hot. and  Col* 9aAs-
'«sa!asr7_r;'j_5a2__l
FLOUK,-
FLOUR
II
Raymond Flour
$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
A
_ C1TD
Trout Lake
FLOURS
-FLOUR
V.M. Westfall & Co.
The B C. ASSAY and OH .fllCAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vanixhivkb. B. C.
Ilpaili)iiarli.rn lor Art-avera, Mining ami
Mill SuppUl I. Bole auenta in Ii. ('. for
Morgaii Crucible Co., Battersea. England; F. \v liriinn ,\ Co.'s PatentCary
FuroacM, Burners, etc. i Wm. Ainc
wortli A ( '. - '       '      uoei, fte,, etc
Mlnina llr'.ktrs,
Mlnlna I'r„i.frt..r. Ufiiorli.   On,
Mln.-Hiit.il I'n.-]'.'. ir- li'...l!l.l "..'.I Hold,
Mining l'ruii.'itl.'s Looked Allcr ft.r KoU-UaaJ.
dfitlH. ______
Trout Lake, B. C.
I.ftr.lcHii   l_opp.
HccortllnaOlIl.'o
LAKEViEW HOTEL
* Elssa.ing *
Gold or Sliver t1 r>0
Hold and Silver |2 00
Silver an.l Lead.    I 50
Copper    100
Zinc *» 60
S   SHANNON, Kssayer
Trout Lake, B. C.
TROUT LAKE   B.C
Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
Largo Comfortablo Rooms.   Excellent Cuiaino and Attendance.
iadden & Levesque
Props
P.Burns&CoF.B. Wells,
WHOLESALE   ANI*   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
DoHlertiin all kiniln of Freeh Mint.
TKOI.'T LAKE, B.C
REVELSTOKE, B.C
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   MUCES   PAID

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