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The representative
of the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
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TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., MAY 26, 1905.
Locations
May 4.    Black  Jack,  on Haley
i'k.    A. Aliralianison.
Hfokohama fraction, Cup moan*
Hn.     J. Staulier.
Kith.    Harry F, on Trout Creek.
K Abrabainson.
■12th.   Bidberghia, on Silver Cup
Berk.    I'', ti. Hadow.
■9th.     Pilot  fraction,  Six-mile
■r-ck.   0 B. N. Wilkie.
ASSESSMENTS,
■ Mav   11.     Davey,  Coon,  Coon
Ret ion.    J. (!. Morgan.
■ 2. Morning.   J. 0. Nesbitt.
■ I'!.  Dominion,    li. A. Upper.
■I'i. (Iloosccap     No.   3.     R. If.
Ittev.
16. IX.L.   C.Olson.
19. Tom' Kdwurd, Parkside, Cop-
ir Queen.    K. (!. Elliott.
17. J.C.   J. W. Chism.
IH. Alliion.   A. J. Gordon.
18. Good   Hope,   Triangle  frae-
;m.    Robert Burns.
M   Idle   IJour   and   Idle   Hour
W. H. Howard.
2a  Evening, 4 years, Morning
(vears.    P. L. Huffman.
TltANKKKHS.
May l"i J. VV. Livingston to R.
Battey, Pilot
Asa Mcintosh to Jno. Simpson,
inco, Lucky Jim, Homestake,
>rning, Bunset, Sunset fraction,
inline. Sunrise, Sunrise fraction.
17. Jack Portugal to Frank A.
lav. Yellow Bluff. Poplar 8tar.
17, P L. Huffman to R. T. Dill-
irth. Morning and Evening.
No. 29a
Hecla and Calumet.
John   Simpson   went   down   to
Rapid  creek during  tho week to
look over the Calumet nnd Hecla
in  which  he owns a half interest.
The samples he brought back were
literally   filled   with   gold.     Mr.
Burke, of   Idaho,  has been in and
examined the property, and speaks |
very highly of it.     He thoroughly
wimpled the different leads, which
if found to  give  sufficient average
values will lead  to the installation
of a stamp mill at an early date.
The Victoria Day (Strike Rich Ore
Social a Big        No. 4 Tunnel
Success.
LARGE AUDIENCE GREETS
LOCAL ARTISTS AT THE
ODDFELLOWS HALL.
Triune.
True Bear Story.
A belated traveller coming over
ne !!• atoa road a few days ago
plit tin  wind at a fearful bat and
I in not slacken speed until he had
rrived at the. hostelry of Dan
lel.ennan in a breathless condi-
on, when- he faltering] y ahnoun-
fec-1 that he bad been chased by
three monstrous grizzlies." onoof
liieh wns   as   big as an elephant.
ifter regaining his composure wiih
he aid of some of Dan's nerve
into, he said in the neighbourhood
)t Billy Glenn's ranch he had conic
Suddenly upon Mr. Bruin and his
liuuily, and that lie had done time
from that point at thc rate of a
mile a minute. Two mighty hungers who heard thc talc iininc-
liately put their cannons iu working order and started out to do
(the bears) or die. Armed with
buns to kill and knives to scalp
they started and the town nnxious-
Ily awaited their return. Thc sun
wns high in the heavens when two
bore-footed hunters struck the town
igain, and Immediately every dog
in thc town crawled under the
sidewalk. The hunters had returned with nothing but bristles
and nn eightoen-carat aroma. Thc
"bears" when located resolved
themselves into an inoffensive old
| sow and family belonging to one
of our local ranchers. Anyhow,
il was a line day, and something
had to be killed. An encounter
with a skunk followed, and the
hunters found trouble.
A. M. l'iiikbani, of the law firm
of Harvey, MoCarter<fi Pinkham,
of Revelstok1',   came in  on a husi
iiess trip Tuesday night
Mr. Doyle, of the P. Hums Com
puny, came in  during the week on
business connected with his firm.
John Dean, of Bosslaml, and 11.
N. Cotirsior, of Revelstoke, paid
the town a visit. These gentlemen
were nt Beaton settling the loss
claims of the late lire.
Fred Mummery is hobbling
around on crutches, owing to a
Sprained unklo received when
cleaning   up   around   the   school
bouse.
The Iobhcch of the Willow Grouse
are making good headway.   Ore is
being sacked,   which   gives   high
Values.
An Apology.
Owing to the mechanical end of
the fiim being laid up with a severe
attack of rheumatism, wc were unable to get out our regular issue
last week. We regret thiB, but
living up in the hills precludes all
chance of picking up a man who
understands thc art of sticking
type, when you want him. Our
issue was, therefore, only a small
sheet, large enough to make good
our legal.ads Mr. Atherton, however, while not entirely recovered,
is able to make some attempts at
getting up our usual paper.
Why Lumber is Held.
Geo. 8. MeCarter was in last
week on business in connection
with the amalgamation of the Silver Cup Mines nnd the Great West-
cm Mines under the title of the
Ferguson Mines Limited. While
here Mr. MeCarter was questioned
with regard to his action in refusing to release the lumber now un
der seizure so that it could be sold.
Mr. MeCarter stated that at the
time thc case wos up before the
court at Vancouver, Mr. Hill acting for the Mill Co. bad applied
for and received an injunction to
restrain the sheriff from disposing
of tin" lumber in ipiestion, and
that it was owing to this action on
the part of Mr. Hill that thc lumber could not now be released.
When asked if there was any pro-
liability of a settlement he stated
that ns far an Kinman was concerned he was willing to settle on
the basis arrived ot between him
and Erbslow last fall, but otherwise would tight tbe case to a fare
yc well finish.
Linson  View  Group.
P. A. Lindgren has taken an option on thc Linson View, Grand
Solo, Ruby Silver groups and the
Black Jack claim from Ids partners, M Nelson, N. Hotline, Gas
Hirgh, N. Nelson and Andrew
Boinan. The propcrlL'8 all have
good ore showings with considerable work done on them. Three
men will be put to work at once
on the Linson View, and will sink
on tbe ore. Mr. Lindgren has interested some Montana mining
capitalists coining in alxnit the end
of June to look over tbe different
properties with n vie*: to purchase.
Copper Chief.
Malcolm Mathieson, Ole Peterson and Jim Livingston took a
bunch of supplies to the Copper
Chief last week. This property
has some excellent showings, and .1
little work ought to show up a
good ore body.
STRINGERS ENCOUNTERED
WHILE BORING THE NEW-
TUNNEL.
In  driving  the   lower  or No. 4
tunnel  on  tho Triune  last  week
several stringers of clean ore were
hall   under   the  auspices   of   thc [encountered.     These  stringers in-
Ladios'  Guild   of    the  Anglican dicaM the close  proximity of  n
church. | good ore body.     The management
have estimated that another 60 ft.
of  driving will  bring them vcrti-
Victoria Day was celebrated in
Trout Lake by a very enjoyable
entertainment given in the I.o.O F
•ally below the ore showings in the
The following program was given
in a way which precludes any attempt nt criticism. The rendition
of the different numbers was appro-; upper tunnels, and the coming in
ciated in a most enthusiastic j of the above-mentioned stringers
manner. Special mention might [almost assures as good a bodv of
be made of the performance of the)ore as found above. The comple*
little Misses Lotus Griffith audition of the No. 4 tunnel will give
Katherine Vipond. which eviden- over 400 feet of stuping ground,
ces the fact that in the year* toi Onjthe completion of this tunnel
come Trout Lake will not be devoid .an upraise will be made to connect
of musical talent. tbe different levels.     The working
1. Instrumental duet, piano and [force is being added to as the work
Mclnnes is Appointed.
Ottawa, May 22.—W. W. B.
Mclnnes, ex-M.P., and now a British Columbia M.L.A., will be the
next commissioner of thc Yukon.
His appointment has been decided
upon and may be officially announced to-day. The order has
been sent to Toronto for the approval of Earl Grey.
Fred Congdon, ex-commissioner
for the Yukon, left for Vancouver
on his way to Dawson on Saturday.
Ferguson Briefs.
J.   B,   Manroos   welcomed   his
father to Ferguson  from Pennsylvania during the week.     We nnti
cipatc a good time for the old gen
tleman.
violin, " Longing  for  Home," Mr
and Miss Ixilus Griffith.
2. Vocal solo, " While ilu Convent Bolls nre Ringing," Mrs.
Hooker.
3. Vocal solo, " Sweetest Story
ever told,". Miss Thomas.
4. Recitation, " St. Peter's Watch
at the Golden Gate," Miss Valentine,
progresses.
A Change of Pastors.
5. Vocal solo,
Miss E. Vipond
6. Recitation,
Atherton.
7. Vocal solo,
Elliott.
If 1 but Knew,"
Rev. A. K. Sharp, of the Methodist church, has returned from the
const,  where  he  attended the annual conference.
Mr.  Sharp  has  accepted  n call
from Ashcroft, and will leave short-
■ ly to take up the work there. This
...... ^i     |  j   circuit embracing Trout Lake Fer-
jguson, Camborne and Beaton has
A Dream.'Mrs. ben  a difficult one to cover, but
from the expressions of regret at
8. Duet, " I'll  Tell  inv   Ma on  Mr Sharp's removal it is conclu-
You," Katherine Vipond and Lotus Hjv,. evidence that he has attended
Griffith.
Mrs. Wilkie acted
[to  his dnties faithfully and well
ns accompan-1 it,   , ,     ., . .   .
.     . „. . ' »c hut e.-ho the sentiments of the
ist in a mo*4 elhcient m nner.
Alter   the   above
when    we   *av   we
whole  district
pro-tram  was     -,,   . •      ,.   , ,   .
..       .     a ,. *"•*  him God-speed  in  his new
gone through   Auctioneer  Murray 11„ „,• „       .,     _
*        .  .   , . 'location.     Rev.  Mr. Carpenter, of
ascended the rostrum ana proceed- u„_ji,_, n_.     i    • . __
' Uannlton, (int.. who is reported to
ed    to   dispose   Ot   the   nillnt roUS  .   ..
... '       ,  . ,,  ...  ,**••■  young man in wars but old
highly ornamented and \uli tilled i „ i ,„„.„„.:„:. .% «     -,,
,        * ... ,   ,.      an'' energetic in the work, will as
baskets  provided   liv   the   ladies. ,,     ■„,.       ...      ,       , ,
_ ',. •   ,   , ,     "time the duties of the church here.
The  bidding  was  hn-k  trom the __
start, and  with  purser Mulling as |
" booster" nnd Artist Edge taking   Comparisons Favor Us.
in the shekels, a goodly amount Wp received~th_rweek the an-
was realised .for the requirements nUa, rquirt of (he Mjn.gter of
of the guild. After disposing of I „*„„_ A (,loso ^^ ^^ ^
the contents of the baskets nn im-\mMng un\wlrv (lf .,„. ]Winoc to
pion.ptu  hop  was  held, at which j,K,  •„  ft   |lcalt{(V  Ct)ni,ition     Th(,
all of the young people ^'»* •• [hook is artisticallv gotten up, and
very happy two hours.     Thc sue- a (und of |nformat|on wil, 1)e *„„„,,
cess of the entertainment *v..H,vm,in its cover by those interested
largely due  to  the untiring efforts  jn ,„•„.„.,
of Mrs. (i. Johnson. The ladies j Comparison shows that the Trout
wish  to extend thanks to all who I Lilkt. division  occupies a fore
contributed to the pleasure  of  tin
evening.
Could See it Coming.
Old-Timer Leaves.
J. J. Langttaffe left last week
for tho coast to take up a position
in ono of the big printing establishments there. Mr. Langataffo enine
in hern Into in 1897 and started
the first newspaper in the Lardeau,
under the name of the Trout Lake
Topic. Wc wish him all prosperity
where he has gone.
The wisdom of thc Victoria Government's refusal to he bulldozed
into giving large bonuses for railway building litis become very apparent during thc last week. The
C.P.R, bus finally announced its|Golden
decision to immediately start the
construction of their line through
the Similkiimcen. If the Liberal
minority had bud their way the
C.I'.R. would have been the recipients of about two million dollars or its equivalent.
most
position. Wc have tubulated n
few of the divisions, showing the
number of claims recorded, work
done on claims, miners licences
issued and transfers made.
This is a good Indication of the
activity existing.
The  little  birds have it that in
September two of our most popular
resident! have arranged to unite
their forces. We are afraid lo say
more,  but probably next week we
i 'I.i: in.
C. nf
Tr.in*
Itifurilril
Work K.M.I'.
ft**!
Trout Lake
.'111
669
610
200
Port  Steele
189
260
40li
69
Golden
.",0
86
121
18
Revelstoke
45
82
220
11
Camborne
■Ha
1 1
269
l.*i7
4l
Nelson
810
(it 10
969
127
Ainsworth
.".HI
et in
607
118
Slocan
108
868
898
88
Rossland
50
7")
;iii!i
24
Methodist "hurch service Sunday
morning conducted by the pastor.
Farewell services June 4th.
Wc congratulate our old friend,
Bob Benson, on the arrival of a
son and heir.
F. C. Elliott is at Nelson attending court.
The moulting season has begun
in earnest, nnd Frank the barber
has taken enough hair from the
upper lips of some of our most
pro ninent cit /.ens to stuff a bed
mattress. Frank contemplates
■having his own head, as he feels
positive the wives of those who
have -.In,) their hirsute appendage-, have sinister notions regarding bis flowing locks.
Oh Tiiur.-dav n x thc Ladies'
Aid of tha Methodist church will
liold a Social in honor of Rev, and
Mrs. Sharp in the Oddfellows'hail-
As will be Been in another column
thev wi'l shortly be departing from
our midst, and one and all should
taki advantage of this occasion to
give them a pleasant send-off. The
evening should prove very enjoyable, as some excellent music will
Ihi supplied by the best local talent.
It is also expected that a large
number of friends from Ferguson
will unite on this occasion. Icecream and light refreshments will
be served, and the curtain will
ring up '.t s p.*m. Everybody in-
vited.
County Court sits here on the
30th. Numerous cases arc on the
docket. Be sure and take off your
hats to Sheriff V.
DON'T FORGET YOUR F.M.C.
EXI-IRE8 MAY81ST.
Dune. Kennedy and Harry
Brierly came in from Revelstoke
to-day.
Welearr ' dy P Mne's little
one is impi „ ..it still in a
critical condition. We trust to
hear of its complete recovery at an
early date.
Ilev. Allan K. Sharp will preach
Ids farewell sermon on Sunday
night.
Dave Morgan is up doing assessment work on the Brow, belonging
to Lembke Bros, of Revelstoke.
A. J. Gordon and Bob Burns
have returned from Poplar, where
they have been doing assessment
work on their claims.
Steve and Mrs. Slinger paid a
visit to Trout Lake last week.
Steve's new gig is just the proper
caper for mountain roads.
Joe Kirkpatriok is improving
slowly, but surely.
Dad Black says business is good,
and prospects better.
Five-mile plant is working full
force and turning out bullion and
concentrates regularly. The car
of concentrates which went over
the slip at Lardo into Kootenay
Lake has been recovered with the
exception of 10 sacks.
The Silver Cup is working a full
crew of men under the direction of
the old reliable, Theo. Baribeau.
The cabins for the " long tunnel'
are completed. Work has commenced on thc tunnel under the
direction of Andy Garrett.
Sandy Laughton got a nice new
bunch of gram-o-phone records last
week.
Interest in the Song Services'
given bv the Choral Society in the
Eagle hall bi-weekly continues,
and good-sized audiences assemble
and show marked appreciation of
the programs submitted,
J. Morgan has finished the assessment on the Davey. Coon aud
Coon fraction.
Quite   a   number   of   Ferguson
elite made a  trip to the Lake on
Wednesday night  to   attend   the
„.   „. t       v , 'social in the Oddfellow's hall.    All
\\ . McLean came up from Net- ,  ..    , i
,, .,    ,   , ,P1    .....      pronounced  it a huge success, and
son on Friday's boat,    rhe fitting '
up of the brewery building will  be
like Oliver Twist, " ask for more.'
proceeded with at once. Thc nee-1 The Steele-Freeland binscopic
essary machinery aud fixings are'show which appeared at thc Opera
now on the way. Everything will; L'ouse one night last week was
lie in readiness for operation by
the 1st of Julv. the  date on which!
thc new licences arc issued.
J. W. and Mrs. Westfall returned
on Friday's  boat  after an absence
very much enjoyed.
Sam  Underbill   has joined the
forces at the Triune.
Walter Edward, thc Triune chef,
has been  compelled to rest a spell
of live  months on   the coast.    Inlj,,  town owing  to an in-growing
an interview with Mr. Westfall onf toe-nail.    It doesn't sound
Owing to a local arrangement
made by thc president of the B.C.
Methodist Conference, Rev. A. K.
Slurp will not leave Trout Lake
until after the first Sunday in
June instead of the lust Sunday of
May  as was expected.    This will
will be able to tell you allaliout it. J afford him  a little more leisure in
We, however, take this opportunity
of tendering our congratulations.
A. W. Smith (better known ns
Cromwell), came in a few days ago
to do some work on his claims on
thc Cup mountain.
E. Roche came down from the
Triune during the week.
bidding adieu   to the people of the
Lardeau.
Fun Sai.k. A good family cow.
Was fresh in March. Apply, Rev.
A. K. Sharp.
Mrs.  Garri.on  writes from El-
lensburg, Wash., and  wishes to be
! remembered to nil old friends.
the outlook for the lardeau during
the coining season he expressed
himself as well satisfied. People
on the outside, he said, were he-
coining more interested in our properties. In the towns and cities
he visited, among which were
Seattle. Portland. Tacoma, Belling*
ham, Walla Walla and Spokane,
many were enquiring about the
different properties in thc Lardeau.
Our rich values, be said, was what
was attracting the attention of all.
Notwithstanding the fact that Mr,
Westfall was laid up very ill during the most of the time, he was
BUCCOSSful in interesting sonic men
with some good money in two or
three propositions. As soon ns
the snow gets off the hills these
men will be in to look over thc
properties. We are pleased to say
that Mr. Westfall's health is much
better by renson of his trip.
L. MflLelland bus gone to thc
Triune to join Alex Div.lds and his
merry men.
very
romantic, but   it's  painful all thc
same.
MINERS' LICENCES EXPIRE
31 st MAY.
Billy Davey, who is interested in
the Winslow gold property, returned last night to his old stamping ground. He has been wintering around Sandon.
Fred Allen and Scottie Wright
have gone on a trip to the coast.
Will Waller and Lew Thompson have returned from u nip to
Revelstoke and other points.
Don't forget thc Ice-Cream
social in the Oddfellows hall, Trout
Lake, next Thursday, in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Sharp, who
arc leaving for Ashcroft at an early
date. A hearty invitation is extended to Ferguson friends.
Wadds Bros., the Nelson photographers, have opened a studio in
town and will remain until Moiw
day night. Jm
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TH£ IVAIU)EAU MINING
REVIEW.
•
Is Printed at Troul uakol.ltv, nun 1'uiiilalicd
ul Kei'ffllslll) unit Ti'oiil l.nlu- every I' riiluy.
I'll■■ K hi >r il.ies not unlit blnilulf raapon
bi-. fo- in- npliilona ui ooi'i'i'siniinU'iiii, ex
prunaad In Its columns
All looula will in- uhftrijad ui the rule of 14
sauta perilne, lli'si insi'i'iiiiii, unit 10 cents put
fine nui-ii *i)bseq,Uoni Insertion.
■|'i'i"ii< I'mTransient und oil.or alverttslng
will In' mi li' kimwn mi u|.|illriilinn ul olllri
S.i iioriDlloil MJXIft vt'iir. In nilvuni'i'.
MURRAY (E, ATHERTON PuMUhers
NEW YOl.K LIFE ASSURANCE [CEKTIffC *TB OK IMPROVEMENTS
COMPANY.
Fou Investment and Protection
THOS. TAYLOR* Agent.
Revblstokb    ami     Trout Lake
--■-.'.    . - ■
PREVENTION   BEST.
The   remarks   of    the   London
TimoB on  tho Aliens  Bill  nre ol
intenst lo us in  liritish Columbin
us iiuliciitiiii* nu eulighteued conception of the evils of undesirable
nlieii Immigration  nn  thu part ol
one of the chief organs of publh
opinion in tin at Britain.   '" It list
i nn remarked," Bays the Nidsm
i ai y News, " thut what thu Time;
advocates i ne dsy  becomes   law
ttie ne.\f.    Be tl at as it may, it :
ii liojeful sign to find the gres1
Loudon newsps] er Fijuarely rangei
ou  the side of those who wish u
safeguard thu very  foundations o
t'ie Empire,    I*he Tiuihb, it will h
noted, takes tho  ground that lawi
framed for the pur] use of rostrLl
ing tiio nciivitics of aliens aflei
tin ir em in nee in In  the   i o u 11M",
wi I not work.    That  is  the posi
tio'i wc  have always taken «itl
I'cruril  to curative measured nd
vacted ly   pro-Mongolian advocates  in   thi.* com try.    The mis
cl i' f :s ih i c wl en the Chinese am
i!ni mil sc i.ouii's    nre   admitted
Mc<h( lis dealing with their niodn
11 I fe iiliir Rrrivnl  can only ag*
gituiiti' lhe  tvil.    Tliih   is  unci,
lie i ases when iii beyond  all con
ir »i rsy. prevent ion is Let (r thai
• iiie.    As the Times t-nys, we liavi
I bi*  ' g'.t   to ii fu m' admit-von ti
tl e-e j i i.p'e, and that right Bliouh
lie • M icisi ll in thu   licit    il t'lesl
ol   i.'ic    well-being   of   our   o-*.i
pei pie."
\(iru'''.
" Rambler " mineral claim, situate in]
lhe Trout Lake Mining Division of
West Kootenay diatrlst.
Where located: On head of Lake:
Cieek.
I'uke notice that, 1, 11. McPhorson,
acting ns agent tor,i. A. M, Aikins, free
miner's certificate No, B82890, Intend,
-ixty days from tlie date  hereof, to
ipply to the Mining Recorder  for n|
"im iiiicit<.- ni  Improvements,  for the
lurpoie of obtaining n Crown Grant of
in* above claim.
Ami farther take notice that action.
imler section .'17, muil bo eommeneed
Mnoi Una District.
NOTICE is hereby given that the un*
erroenlloped persons have madaappll I l.'.'i,',',.',. „re"r_nViice'oVsuTh"Oe7uflcsle
Masterson, GriffifJ
cation under tlie provisions of the
" Liquor Licence Act 1000 " for hotel
licences at tho places set opposite their
rosoentive names ■
.if Improvements.
Dateil this .Sad day of Mav, ».d. 1805
.'ti- s-t'5 u. Mcpherson.
JERTIFICATE OK IMPROVEMENTS.
t! i' I'liiinner. kiiic hotel, Ainswortti
l.eanilei' llaini.i, Lai'i'm hotel, l.nnhi.
J P McLaehlan, Uommeroial  hotel, I ......,.,.,
Lardo. .\oiiu..
.1 A Mclsaae, Viotorls hotel, White* L.B., Dluejav, Doubtful, CD., C.H.ant.
vatcr. X.Y.Z., mineral claim, situate In the
Alexander Laugh ton, Lardeau hotel. Trim; Like Mining Division uf Wesl
Ferguson. Kooioiuiy ilislrict.
McDonald ..v Black, Ferguson hotel, I Where located---Near Trout Creek
Ferguson. about -;l.. ni les irom Troul Luke.
Mrs H ti _ nnor, Witidsoi hotel, Fer Take Notice that I, 0. B, N. Wilkie.
juson. I acting as ageol fo-Jas J. McUlone,free
A !•' Ranklne, Balmoral hotel, Per | miner's cerilrleate No. B88188, intend,
"'Tii;' .McLennan, Windsor hotel. Trout   >iN,v  ,A*W   J''"1" . "'l'    '1:l11'  , hereol
l-ka toapply to the Mining uecnruprfor a
Abrahamson Bros. Queen's hotel, Cu'tittc*1*' °{ luiurovemeuU, for the
■-,,„,, j ai. purpose of obtaining a Crown Qrantol
Madden & Levesque, LakeVien hotel, I
the above claim.
And further take notice thnt action,
John  Simpson, Tiout    1-ike  hotel,  |»uder section 37, must  be eommenced
'rent Lake. before the issuance of such Certificate
Edward  Mobbs,   Lennoxville   hotel,  "i liiiproMMiiiiits
iernrd.
E LMorand Royal hotel. Poplar
Jacobson A Anderson, Grand hotel,
Poplar.
Pat  Carey.   Graud   Central   liotol.
Poplar.
t'luis Hanson, Miner's hotel. Poplar
Magnnson   &    tjebaiock,   Dominion
hotel, Poplar.
Asa i I ill.nan.  Ten   Mile hotel, Eootll
i'n! k ui I ardoan creek.
A meeting ol tlie Hoar.I of Linenco
Commissioner! of the Aiuswurth
b -■ Dtstri ■ will be held lo consider
inch applications at lhe lioverunient
office, Tniiit Like, i.n Thursday, the
Rlteenth dav ol June, 1805, at the hour
o'clock in ' 11' forei o in
\V. il   Hi i:iv:;-Wkbstbs,
Chief Lie -ne • Inspector.
Chief Couslnble's Otllce, Nelson, B.C,
Mav :'.;. 1005.
PaiiJ  tiii*- ollih dav of  March, A.n
O. i'.. N. WILKIE.
AH the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."::::::
Smokers' supplies fn
great variety.
DON'T  KNOCK.
Any community to be prosper
pmmu-t -In   neccwiily bo uuttt-i
in pushing forward anv loj-iti. nte
pro) Oli'jou    which    will    del elo,
its resource*..    Many  of rs  ar
prone In minimize, criticise, »ui
codnnin   proji els   sini.lv bciius
the mode nf procedure of I lie par
tics operating dues not phase n
as  Indhidiinh*.     This   i, n*u   liin
us knocberj the i>Hini*as all others,
nml with   kiiiic among  us it is hi-
Coming chronic.    We want capita
inli'ieto  di*velop cur r.-si.inci -•
We have  • i.f  the best und licli
est di-trict-i on i l,c "ace of tin
i-arrh. Tne qucaiion i*. how cai
«i* er.|"ci '-.:■ -..i. I-. to have alii
ci utjdom e who wo ourselves oi
many of us are onnlinUHlly barp-
i "S V 8 and pat ! Give ever*
man tr> i <k to do aom-lhinj* i
sh w. If you cnnnit | raise, i.'oi.'.
" nil inii.
WILL ADVERTISE LARDEAU.
The rich strike at the Trim"
,dmi g I .-t \ve*-k will have ;i far-
i'a-1 in}.' cfficl in ll e liir'|..ri.|ii-ii
ii ii up nf in s district,     'i'i er • an
I"  III   ll i";r    like    ],."   (I   ,111  |,|e    Will
me directly imerest d in i|,n pi-,.
peit . nml  hn luccfiM .i i'i h-i ci
ii-e in- Lirdeau llinmg ,, m K :-
■•'ii   (''■ ailii   -md   lhe    use. n
uiidd e -"' -i'.*s prohabh inor ■ t  a   :
anyllihig thatrfinhl happen.    Tl
old cry  tlmt has liere'nfure pie
Vllll"d i t fie   ,,|,.   ,,,,.   g ,jng ,|, v.,
is   di tnoosfratrtl    to   be   ht u
With oit     exreplimi,      wberevi •
depih   has   hei ii Hliiiinci!, ii,. m
bodies are stronger nnd i t' bmti
■,'i'in'e Ih'ii en (Jie snificc
STORY OF*THE
"CArSPAW,
VLWJ
•7
Ll  Hi
A WARNING.
Ti e recenI  Ore at 1! aton ongh !
t     t   ..ih I ic    |,e -jile of TrOHl  I. ik, J
ii i.s>.,i'.   VV« have been foriiiiirt'e i
1 il' i o   throngll   nny   f. • •.•■i;'!it   in i
our own     A public meetingiallci
hv the Tradei Com mill oo uT go in
to the matter nf fire protection wai '
practicallv ignored. The towi I
has a good water system, bin unless the necessary apparatus is installed for utilizing it iu tho cnsi
«> ui-.* ii is useles-i. The cost o
i btnlniig M.cn nn up-jir.ini- wouh
b-' h -nu.11 Ihfng (-mi paie.l in ih.
L.i.-.  t' a'^ ivi.nl,I   be   hiisiiiuiid b;
fi on- ONE  Mionhi  a fire ow in
. OU limy In il at one, and u sub
horipiimi of ii inv ihiilat-a for fin
lull ing   might   invo    _OU   froil
g nog hruki',
OLD in an old picture which shows *
wise Monkey pulling roasted chestnuts
out of the glowing grate.—
But, he didn't know how hot the
chestnuts might be, so he took the Cat's
instead of his own. to pull out
the first ones.
Wasn't this a
little hard,—-on the
Cat?
Well, when a
shoe Dealer gets in
a new lot of shoes, which
he has priced at what he
thinks the-/ should be worth —
— how is he to know whether his
" think " was correct or not?
By trying them on the "Cat's-
paw " of course.
He may sell them to a dosen or more Customers, at the
highest price he thinks they will start*/, and —
— If the shoes don't cojne_b.ick he may conclude that
" they must be worth thc money."
Well, do yot: blame him?
How is he to lmo7/ what they are vorth, when he didn't
sec then made ?
! low decs he know, any more tiun you, what kind of
'her and hbor hss been put under the finish?
But, if the Mrfjxn had stamped on each pair of shoes the
Retail valuation of Service and Comfort they were
v:!!inj to guarantee— the question votdd be simpler.
: No need for any " Cat's-paw * m:thod of finding
I        out value then.
But, —fcr.' Retaileta would uc satisfied with the
n.rrov profit a man ■>c-tr:r would allow for, when
they mi-jht he able to 'cetVo-^that profit by doing
their own pric-ng.
And besldq, onl/ one line of S''.o_ in C:nada
is prij-c-cir.-.t-olkd by the r.T-ikrrs. vL-.,—** The Slater
Shoe.""
And,a3cn!yop<:5';oc Retailer in c.-.:h place can get
the ri'-ht to cell genuine Slater Shoes, the other shoe
s,'...r_ must r:ll whit is left and4*kncck the Slater."
Every genuine Slater Shoe
kn/vA/VVJ/'1 ^ starnPe^ on the
_•-• ,}^\^t     lining with a slatc-
^      frame, and the
Makers' retail
7     Makers ret a
7^ price, viz.: $4J
'.'i •• ; r<_res-he iowii ofOcni
boini'   has   row   n   biiiin-.'idi)   (ir
bi' gide, a  fire  hall,  n i ow eai
coil  600 let i of bus,.     i; )Ud /;
('dmbun.c!
price,
or $5.00.
$4.00
1
GOODYEAR
PROCE68
Ui At
^'SSrmBL
^ft_i
General
Merchants,
• • • ■
• • • •
• • • •
t • • •
• • • •
• • • •
Deiiiistryo
DR. MILLOT Know lo-
rutr I hi Nebon »■• mio*
risvur td \)r. BtoddLnrl nt
TSt Aberdeen Block
i licnls  ttOtn   IhO    l.nr*
de fi mav rely nn in >t-
ebuM tr»uiintiit.    :        :
A. MIMoy
• •     * •
• •    • •
• •    • •
.&-_*S-JBlL5l_!J£.5>5*^.*5><&___<_« .:._.*___•__ _■ r. v.
■ »__ '
Z\
,«
-in
ho Ls it'llt.
(Jj    ftl/slV VF    is   t l,o   time   f.i    you P,.
'^     l\lfllVV      '" ■-">• '•"•     N"v."r«.:'-    V\
fai    I^3'_^    . ihe Pronpecta of Ferguson   B
The   Towi-   of   FERGUSON
v ill   be one of   the    (irealest
Ore Producing Camps in the
World. Tin* hich degree nf
success achieved bv tin
numerous U'K.U.THY and
I'J..-H'TIc.\l. BRITI8H and
A M K H HA N .M I .N I \ i;
COMPANIES now ope ral lug
there in a tribute to the
tremendous w nltb of the bill*
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated limiitl.i of   limn. Bscon
nml RggS,
NELSON,       -        -       B. C.
H
Slater Shoe
Sole Local Agents
McKinnon & Sutherland, Ferguson
Smith & 6o.
45 BL-ury Street, MONTREAL.
11. till CLASS TAILORS.
/.*>«».'•»»»    - -•- ''•'i-,
ILL be represenleil In Ihe l-nr
deau   nt   regular    Intervals
thru ch. n: the year.   Orders
for clothing will receive close attention.
Our repretentalh e will U- in Tin >r i
LAKE nml FERGUSON in u few weeks.
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
' _   2    "5     5}    *»■     '»    ft    t«     »n    m   c.
Public School, Hospital, and
••tl er institution*. Excellent
■a ,i;.-'.-•„•..;,,., s*.stein. Streets,
Stores .ii.i} Res J( noes hi,,.
mined bjf Kleclriciiy. |)aily
mail I., nice,     i be ti wasite
ia nilmiriiblv laid mil (,,-i |n
N'OW oi, ii,,. ground Door.
Loin can  now  bo  purchased
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.
MiTl'Kis hereby given that tin- n- erm
Inn eslnbllalied in pursuaiieu nf the urovi-
i'ii in i if I hr "riiliiiiilit.t unit iVeslerti Itiithviiv
lulialily \ct i.-iii," niitloeaof which ivero i no-
• i ii- ii- llrillali i nl'iiiiiiiii I.H/-II.- nml
luti'il Tlh Mii.v, IKWi, nml :>iii Inii- iiiKi, rcsinjo
ivi'l.v,nre hereby ceiieelipd.
i'n..in lantla "llu.ili'il u'lliiln Ibr nnii i i.i-
■ a.1-il io- ihi-iiiiil roaervatlnii uill boopeiioil
In ■ lie, -i-iili'iiii'iii, ii'ici- nml other disposition
lllllor Hie   pfovlalons "f tin-  " l.ninl   Art.''
tlir ntfis liin r Mi., il/iff. of Mie  llr»t |Hib
Icitlnii nl Mils tin-li-c In Mie in-ill li i .iiiiii.i>i.>
in -Hi.; |irn\ lih'il, liiiui'ver. Mini III nil iiiwi
in re i.i ii.'*. nrs «o milil, pro emptod, lenseil nr
iiiiii'MiM-niii'iiiiiiii in- nn' rjovornmoiit. nnd
in* ""iiM'i|iniiM.v r. i o 1111. ii i. : i tho survey uf
•in c'liiiinbiii nml tVesiem itioiwuv uum-
.iiny's lilui'liH, Ic lie irlmlly nr In pnrt Willi-
ii mi li lilni'k.H, thru lhe 11-i-i up. wi ni'ii'iliiiiu
•iirh iiiniiu bIiuM aoqnlra their litis tbsrato
"ruin Mir lliilhva.v i iiiii|iiiii.v, who linveniii I
In iiinl with sinth |itirehiiM-n<, pro-omptors,
I'SM-is, ilc, nn thi' muni' tonns nml iiiniiltlniiH
is tho Hiivcriiiii-iii wnii l<l iniilir the pinvl-
•Ionsof thrf" Land Ac*,"except in raspoci to
Umber lands on ihe t.'ompnnyv«blooka, wbieb
ihuii be subjeel in tho rcgnlaltnns issued by
ihi' Company relative in in. • >.11:-.: ni nini.-i-
in ihe ciiiuiiil'iii nml western Hiillwiiy Lnml
iii'inii.
W. H, iiuiti:.
Depot** Commissioner oi l>nndadi Works
Lands and Wniin. Dspartmont,
Victoria, L.U.,38rd Psbmary, woo,      nai
•   FROfl
$75 « :
TOWNSI re AOENT
| HENEY PLOYD 1
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RRVEKSTOKB, B. C.
R
lM^B.^<>fM%^^yi z'ssm$£&& ^
I1
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...  TLhc tjotel Beaton  ..•
BEA TON. b c.
VISITORS arriving nt Boston (the threshold ol the Lardenul
via Arrowhead, will find lids HoUl to be fnllv eotilnpi'd
for hlgh-clnss trade.   ISseelleiit accommodation.    A well
apnoTnted and spacious dining hall.    The best .,f Wines, SplHti
and Cigars.   I ersonsl snrioryTslon Is given to the requirements of
patrons  Msltors to the IViloau can rely on comfortal thlshotel.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
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FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted home for trnvollers visit lnu
Fi i son, B.C.
A «i!l slocked Bar of the choices! Liqours, Wines  etc
McDonnoll &   Black
Pro
priotors.
500
twmm
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply :
Jack Hrawrorfl or
li payi tn use Hi- '!' le h ne \
length* : ii. .: i -ifti n In ... i i ifflces
at Fergu ion : i lummins Store - l roul
I ska, Post Office ; al n al Beaton, Com -
ipli. and A rron head.
J-OPLAR       DIRECTORY
Legal Notices.
MOTJ'        "il'     I m.'I  I v I  in i.UNI UH,
To Pi   i ir Kisii iti.il .1.   W. Smith or lo
ul -.-I    iin-.i   11" v   may   have
Irn     erred    I lieii    Interest    in   i lie
^Hi a pie I -nl " i..inei:il .'liiiin.Mliiiii-'l
on i t -I'll! "I I'oplm in- ih
an- al oui   it ■ and b hall mill ■ Irom
th nth uf ll ',"' 11
J_!      ■' I _via ion ol \\ osl Kool -
en-  -
You il that I   Arthur
Q, }■ . i with you in i in
ii if;,.      I ■   • -ml claim   above
Bel  .1   i n.<<l  laboi  in.'I
mad- on the said •
tj,e ■ .nii'li-r the pro-
viiif' •      'he Mineral Act,
Hi ; i   I-, hold  said claim, ami the
I labor wai perfoi   wi
litnre .i. ide hai ing ex plred,
ivc yi 'i notii .-i" contribute ■.
i il  such  expenditure,
are  further notified thai II al
i. 00 dai i of i nblicatioii
■ iu   f ui or refuse to i ontribiite
i irl ion "i  Ihe es penditure so
W<   ■   [othei   with all costs of sdrer-
tiab rests in t he said claim
aha!     - come veal   ! in   mi   under and
by ■ ■   ; i"'. isions ni  -> cl ion I ol
the '    ll ll.'li.l.'.l   Vi '
]i i ..; ,- ' i-i Dec.31.'0*1.
Hi: i in r '. JOHNS l"N. Co-owner
6-1 	
Ti
NOTII I.   'iu CO-OWNERS
.  Davey, or to any
*'
p. i sen ni
un- i rans*
NOTII I
Ji --iii. Maud and tuna Mineral Claims, lituate in tin- 'I rout take
Mining Division, West Kooten ly District.    Where   located   -Situat i
the North Fork ol Lardeau -reek in
tl e   Province of  British   Columbia,
nl...ui ' mile above Circle City.
Take Notice thai   I, Charles W. Mc -
■ -'-;,„. of the City of Los   \..
1  . norma, I roe Miner ■ t ertincati
Kl    n I'.i ever he   Bfi'703, intend sixty days from the date
1 lerest i     ■        | toapply to the Mining I:
Ibex and Charlotten-  for a Ccrtitl Improve t- for
the purpose of obtaining a Crowu granl
it 1 the   undersigned  of the above claims.
Homestake       And further lake notice thai action
neralclaim1   mdei  section 57  must  becomme i
miles in asouth-wes*  before the issuan f such Certificate
■  i ake ii. what i*  ol Improvements.
I" i ons to ii horn he may
(erred hi - interests.
Take Notice, I the undersigned i o-
owner with you in the C-wn and Davey
il - lalms situate aboul four miles
above I urguson on South Fork
creek in i ha 'I ronl Lake mining;
division ni \\ i -i Kootenai disti ii i and
-■'"• li — ol Bi tisb Columbia have done
the required   work nn thu above- n-
ti  I mineral claims foi the years r.'0:i
ind I "il in order to hold the same un-
lei    i tion L'l nt the mineial act, nnd if
within 'i" days of this notice you fail or
refuse  to  contribute yoni   portion ol
in li ■ ipcndlture for work done, together with the cost ol this advertisement.
your inloresl m the *--)(i.i mineral claims
will become   the  property  ol   the sub-
scrlbi d under section   I ol the Mineral
An Aiiu'iidiiii'iii A. i ol   1000.   Dated at
Irian Lake this 24th day of Man li '06.
8. DANEY,
-I ."i'i ".. t'l.iiu ner
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
^BerlinerGran^-phone.
Ail kiv:s cf Now Rec rds.
S:>k* Agent fcr the Lardeau:
isrray
Trent Lake B. C.
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLA33 V?AR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Jacobson&Ainlerso]!, Props
Royal   Hotel
Fancy l.ar,
/Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   M«ard, World's
Alining New*.
E L. MORANI), -   PROP.
355?
Balmoral Hotel.
=====   „__    =__
rs lo Ferguson may  rely upon the very beat ol
il thi» well-known hotel    Rooms are
•*cll  furnished  throughout.    The  I'.ar is stocked with
a cl • of palatable quel chei
Under the Management of S. Slinger
#
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THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
■■"•'   >'•<'■   '■>    NBW    \Mi     S*Il„T-CLA8H   in   a I.I,   RKS
SI
Always !
ii
ti
i.
T
co-
It*
site
dir
Tho ^ZST
IN FIN i: SHOES :
MINIM. SHOES '
8HOE L'AI ii.- :
RUBBERS  ami
OVERSHOES!
i.HUMAN   .-ni KS !
! - ',i i,l   JfOU   Mill  get ll   ■
wiih ii-.  -.. don't I'.i'. i. » h-n wanting any.
'in w»j of i . • -.'...,,   	
.Inu>
Dominion Hotel
First-Class in every respect.
I he   I rav -:  ng   public can fully
taken rare nf.
!j & Nslsoa - Pups.
Fire  Proof Safe
Thehensi        ■     I ■■ • ■   I     . aad Olf-ars a   tbsm-.rkst.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
l- Under tha ia>ms Uanai
■' iki   basin in tbe Dated tbis 3rd day April, a.D. 1005.
*/>. wko   inining division  ul   \v ■-t -  |__      CHARLES \V. McC ROSS AN
Ko "ied the necessary      ...    .	
^K|;.. i••■ j. ii
Ui
eh
or.
of
wl
I*
I
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p
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w
si
of
III
■ ■ n.i nu I   ii
■■• 1 00,   1901, i ■
- iinr »ndei section 24
\-!. mid  lhe ri .ii- I i
■nl ex-
. spired, I I
■
it I ■ 11 of
■     ■      ui pro*
\ | enditureand
nl vert -••■
i mineral <
■
i tion 4
acl   amend mi nl
I  KI-.K   I.AM'III IN.
Co-Owner.
F. N. Newton
ft ROYAL SHOE ME
Nelson, B. C.
ANDREW    &
CO.
MINING BROKER
Rossland,
Mail orders car ifullj  an I   pi
attende I t".   Agent foi - id Net-
i Ii'tnn Shoi -.
tiivie:  table:
B.I
S.S. AKCHlik or S.S   LARDi: tt
E. Ferguson & Co.
.1- in  Wines, 1 .iqu ors
!.   . tgenta loi Pabsl Beer.
NELSON, B, C.
ardeau
Hotel
San.y Laughton
Proprietor.
Running between Arrowhead, rtea-
ton und Comaplix, commencing Octo
ber nth. 1003, will sail as fo li «-.
m at ler permlll i
Leaving  Ai-rowhi      i ■■
11 lomapllx, tv .
Leaving  I.  n m  and   • ilix  for]
Arrow bead.   I    • e   dal -;   am!
I2;45k.     Ms -       emu ectlons
with all ('. P. i:   -    i
The  owners  reserve   the   i . ■•   to
change  times   ol   :-.i gs    »
Dotice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.   ;
w
jlAf II1N visiting Fergnson you
, ,:\i i should Btay at the Lardeau
8 1    Until.    Here  tbe   visitor
will   be   Burroniided  with
home comforts     K\< olleut
cuisiue,     well   ventilated
and   warm   rooms,   well
stocked bar,  and  everything which
I,- da towards making yonr visit a
uli .i-.u.t .ml iu. nn.nihil' one.
Rates from *l day upwards.
\\,  -ii ive to please our i atrons
FERGUSON.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kcct?eftays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
j
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPECIALTY.
Stables at TrouL Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
Very finest Cigar:   R
John Simpson,       Proprietor.
13
AOKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
With
the arrival
of Spring a Young
Man's Fancy lightly turns
to Love and Summer Raiment.
We have received a Huge
Stock of Up-to-Date
SUMMER
Suits.
Prices from $10.00 up.
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FERGUSON - - B. C.
g£
THERE ':.i\ e I"'. 11 fortunes
iii.nl'- by judicious invent-
nunt in Keal Estate, and
more foi nun - will bit made I
ever the n< \t two i.i i hri •• ;
Tin' onr who roaps Hie \xar\ i si is
the original investor, for he has
his in .iii'v on .i in taint),
Now lei ns p int out to \ nu thnt
I In i .• i, ii.. i, i!, i -,..'    n lhe I
th ml   to buv   i!''.ti   Estate  than
TROUT LAKE
Trout Lake la the prettiest Bpot
ii i in- Kooten ij -; as u pleasure
ri - 'i i it has n ' equal. Boating
nn I li-iliiii)£ may be indulged In
the year ri un l ; while hiir game
in ahiindanre is to the round on
tin' hiMs. Its climate i-- stiporb,
thore bi ing m> (jreal oxtreines, it
being inilil in winter and cool in
summer. It can boast of Biine of
• ho tin".-t Imteli and n Bidenccs In
British Columbin. It- Btn ets are
well Iniil out and gradi d. There
Bra two I'xi'.'ll'-iit general Bton b,
and n glauco at the Bilvertiseinents
in this journal \\ill hIiow thai all
trades are fairly well rep'oieiited.
Writo   with confiilunco to Agents.
Mm '■
__i o «>
fe
'
H. McPherson
Agent-
Trout Lake, B.C.
Ct'l
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
Make your
selection at
once.
e. ..
a.        oa
Then call on
or   write  to
_*j?        vr
__i ^
)M
ST has never bad a " boom " its
grow tn Las been steady. It is
the h'ail 61 navigation, and
the terminal of the Lardo branch
• -: - C.P.R. All roa Is tin tho
l.aiiii.i 11 lead to Trout Lake. It
is the commercial centre • f the
richi bI mini ral .iistrii-t on the
i tiiifiit. and has banking facilities provided by tli" Impriial
L:ink of Canada ; Brst-class acl ool
accommodation under the din c*
lion of 8. Shannon, B.A.; .1 go '<!
ivatn b) >u 111 . govei nn nt oflices :
Count)  Ui ni   -ittinn- ;   Mi'tli- ill-'.
Episcopal .11 il Anglican churches
and cottage hospital,
Thi re are \ Blunble ran. 'n landa
on tho outskirts awaiting settlers,
Its lumber resources are magnifi*
cont, and a band saw mill with a
capacity of 60,000 ft. per day is al
t'ie In nl if the lake. Tne mines
tributary are proving oul bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up 1 tch bodies of
ore
There will be a big rush ibis
summer, so if you would know
more, write at once In iiiln-i of
tin* agentri at the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
i!
q aiuiu.auiuiuuiiuMauiuui..uiau.a.uiUiuuuiiiiuuuuuauu..uu«iUUiui.ai.u I
«Job
Yesterday Miss Marjorie Eraser]
reached the good old ripe age of
11, and the -iili and olh class
m'Ii ilurs attending the public
Bchool accordingly extended ber
a surprise. Early In tho evening
the young lady was taken for a
ride by two of the conspirators, and
on her return found her boudoir
invaded by a bevy of happy kiil-
dies. Mrs. Eraser provided nil
manner of good things, and the
ohildren's pleasure was nol marrod
by having lots of fun and " staying
Ul' late."
T. ('   Atherton is a competent
plumber and  decorator, and ho is
prepared to paint a palace, lix a
cesspool or mend a teapot  on the
'i Tti st notii ■.
Allie Vai\- rami'  in  from <'am
borne last night.
ot every description will be faithfully executed pt the Review Job Dopt
City   Drug    Store
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, 13. C.
BAK WELL 81 PJ'LIED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
Large Cotnfortal le Rooms
Kxcellont Cuisine.
LEGAL.
KI! K I) C
IOTT,
BARRISTER. NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, IL C.     nnd Ferguson.
!en & Levesque
Props
Dad Langstaffe is still at the old
stand repairing and making Bhoes
Beaton Bits.
Victoria Day was cell brated al
Beaton by a ball game between thi
Camborne Tigers and the Bi aton
Silver Tips. The game was
one and resulted in a victory for
I '.ii iborne after five innings bj
8-0 .J, ('. TunstaH umpired the
game.
■ i 'ii" ■ vi nine of the 24th a
dance n-as held al Billy Boyd's. A
large parly wire present and an
enjoyable time Bpent.
K. J. Brantfoiil has brought in a
donkey engine to I"' used at bis
logging I'amp.
EJ llillmaii and Mai. Beaton
have brought in their outfit from
their logging camps
Mr-. Stevens lias purchased the
j.r iperty from Mrs. Anderson on
ivhich the old store stood. She
will rebuild immediately.
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack audL'Oartage Horses Always Tor Hire
Freightiny, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Daily stBRe leaves   Reaton nt 12 o'clock forTront Lake Ferguson and Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, v n Troul Lake for Beaton nt " a.m.
Draneh Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
Imperial   Bank of Canada.
M- ad Office.
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
NOTICE.
•Vhisller.    Vancouver,   ami   Imperial
Limited, mineral alaims situate in lhe
'I i..nt Lake Ifining Division of West
Kootenay distrii i
Where located:—On Griner Creek.
Take notice that I, J. '/■■ Hall, fnf
iiiiiiit'.- certificate No. B7163I, intend
sixty days after date hereof, to apply t"
.':i- Mining Recorder lor Certificates of
Iinnrovemeota for the purpose of obtain*
in.' I'rmi n grants '.i the above < hums.
And fnrtln-r tnk" notice that actioi
under sitiiuii .17 must be commenced
before tha issuance .if such certificate of
improvements Dated thin 27th .lav <>f
April, A. D., r
May.5'06. J.Z.HALL
Capital Anthorised,»t,000,tX)0
Capital [paid up] - 8.000.000
Real   -      -      -    8,000,000
Branches Iu the Northwest Territories, Pr ivincoa of British Colombia, Manitoba
Ontario and Quebec.
T. It. MERRITT, President. D. R. WILKIE, Vlco-Pros. and Gon. Man,
E. HAY. Assistant Gen. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
Trout    Lake.    B.    ('. Branch—A    Oeneral    Hanking;    BaslOSM    Transacted.
Savings Oepartment—Deposits received and Interest allowed.
Drafts Bold ■ sllable in all parts nf Usuada,
United sini. ■   ii.i I-: iropa.
sjn-.-iiii attention siren !.. oolleotions snd
Mini nf Bonds,
T. B. BAKKR,
n«naj;er
liio. s. MoCarter. J   A. iiarviy
A. M.   I'liililiiiin.
HARVEY McGARTER & PINKMHAM
BOLIOITOR8, Etc.
revelstoke: b. c
3olloltori lor Imparls) Hunk or Canada
W. I. BRIGG8
J. M. SCOTT, ii b.
Scott &. Briggs
Barristers nml Solicitors
A full line   of Choice stationer}
Just Received
ALSO,
school supplies, Proprietary medicines
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.    PRESCRIPTION Worn,'
A SPFCIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  13   C
Siiliriluis fur Uolson's Hunk.
REVELSTOKE - B.C.
B  J.
CUMMINS
Oeneral Blurs,   Hull Line
nf i'iiiiih'iI Ootids, Prints
in Hnasnn nig sssoiinienl
..i Srnoki i■-' supplies.
nitiiiiif tin- Blf Bend Tsl< pbons Oo
FERGUSON
Get vour
Stationery and
Job Printing at The
Mining Review	
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters for Iili and Cuuncrcial in,
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R.McLENNAN,   PBOPRIETCR
VV.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Hotel,
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of thc Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townslte.
E. MOBBS  PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERRARD
B C
Get a Home
lor   Yourself*
Accountant!     ....      Auditor.
J.<\ MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Outside conipanys'  Imprests carefully j
looked after.
Air-in lor HelDtzmon'a Pianos
GD      "Roflin   AGE*T ¥0A niANT POWDEB
• JL/s  X/UjLI_U fuse and caps
V. M. Westfall & Co.
LESSEE  of thc ALEXANDRIA MALI.
FERGUSON, B.e.
Post Office Mock,
Main .Street.
I f you wot to sell
I I      you want to BUY
Correspond irith'tbe
Lardeau Mines
"Exchange.
We Im v.- several Good Properties listc.l nil Which k'"n 1 I'-iln
can b' ha'l.
Lcrdeau Mines Exchange,
" Review " Building.
Tn.n
Mining lirokers,
Mining I'm,., rtli    Reported 0 i.
Mine* und Proapecta uouatit and Hold.
Mi n i ua Properties Looked a it. r i..r Nou-U
dents.
:   :.- ■:   .   .■ .        .   .:•::•::•
[_rd< mi BU.opp.
Reon  I Ins Olflos
Trout Lake. B. C.
* EUsaging *
.      .   . ,'
Packing and   Fer*uson pack''»*:
Freighting
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Gold oi Silver *i 50'
Gold and Bilvei $2 00   iJ
Silver and Lead  ,.. 2 60
    I oo   :'
Zinc     . tl ,W   v
5   SHANNON, 'ssayer
Co a tracts entered into fur packing ol Mining Snpplies, etc.
to an" point in the district.
Good, prompt service, and nnv imrk undertaken goaranl 1
satisfactory.
.-
FLKUL30.N B. C    *-    *    •"  '
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop, i
..*..■'. su. . ■   .•./••. is..„••.„•.*•■ f   ••   ■•    .    •- ■•    • -  .1*.
'v* *& k ■/'. /y
■  W*$i
Don't Pay
Rent —-
EASY TERMS.
SURVEYORS.
0. B N W.U.F, PL.S.i
Provincial Land Snrvejor,
Mineral Claims Surveyed
and Crown (irant.s Obtained
•    n. >.i ;:■. ■ : : • -
i Nik.. li i
A. i:. HE1 LAND,
I'llOVIM IAI. I AMI || li\ KTOR
M i.i .ml ClniiiiH Siirwycil
POPLAR, K A.-I.n.
W. H. Jones,
Loose   real   Binders,   Pine  Jul
Printing.
NELSON. It. C.
Starhe? & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in Bntter,
Eggs,   ('In'.' '•.   Pi and   I nut.
Houston Bk., Josephine 81 "*-'■ lion, B.C
1.: >i r   LAKE   LODGE   I. O.O.F,
NO. -il
Regular meeting! hi id In
Uddfellow'a   ll.,:    averi
l in ..i'iy nlgbl ui   -
o'l'i.K-k      Viiltiri.;  iir.itli-
v'a^c^.*-'^   sitoordlallji srewoms
J   II Reott, N.ri. Kriil Miimnierv, 11 i I   -
te1-^'
TUSCAM   LODGE,
No89
A P.  ,-i A.M.
•'inl  Tbarada; each
ni an th.
Visitors Welcome
(; Forddred, Bee, ll. McPherson.W.M,
Thc B. C. ASSAY and CM "fllCAL
5UPPLYCk>., Ltd
Vavcot vkii. li. '
Hesdijnsrterslor Assayers, Mininesod
Mill -hi  ' .-■ i ' - ii B. C, foi
Morgan I r.. l;.it- I
nd : l   W, Itrn.iii A Co.'s Patent Cai *
^
nn..i •
Win.
* i    ■  ■       .' Ine Balani i     ite.. eu
0 K
Barber Shop
(Joi.d Shave or Hair Cut
.1 CAM
j William Schnell.
i . NandTI
; Hot and Coid E..  11
prnestKarrcp
Lumber
Sash    Demi's
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash
Poplar Creek.
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
Butter is a Conundrum.
Prices in Ontario are near to the 80c, mark ; same it. Winnipeg. At tbe latter place freeh made brie)
ai wiling wholesale al 85c., and the scarcity makes it possible fur the dealers to tell any kuul nf tru.
nt iii;: prici      Htarkey's Weekly Report.
k.M
k
White Burbank Potatoes    -   -
•♦The Best, Ever.'
$2.26 per cwt.
OGILVIE'S  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD FLOUR
Made by the New Electrical Process, ia acknowledged lo !»■ the BEST
We don't KEEP it 1      We SELL it I
A. G. FRASER'S Store t*#i**
CASH   ntlCE5   PAID
P.Burns &Co
WHOLESALE   AND   Rl I \;
Meat
Merchants
Dealers in all kinds "f Fresh M'*1
I ROUT LAKE, B I •
lhe Nelson
BrewingCo.
BrnwtTS of
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter     I
R. Reisterer (8b Co.    -   Props-
WOOD    VALLANCE     HARD
WARE CO   LTD
lliiplwiiri.,  Minors* Bupplies,
nn.I Ksiiki'h
NELSON. B   C
.

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