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The rojireaentative
of the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
.any address for $2
per .an. in advance.
VOL. I
TKOUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., SEPT. 28, 1005.
No. 47.
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ctonou:
I
Wins the Widdowsdn Gold Mch! for the Finest
Specimen of Ore Exh&ited
at Nelson Fair
OUR SUPERS EXHIBIT OF LOCAL OHE
Also Secures the Award for the Finest Collection of Ores Exhibited
From Any District.   Trout La'<e Mining
Division Topped the Lot.
The mineral exhibit sent to >•'• I*
p m by (he Trout Lake Diviiion
secured the Widdowson gold medal
tor the best mineralogies] specimen
uml the silver modal for the best
nil round exhibit from any oni
division. The gold medal nras
secured by a specimen from the
Lucky Jack,
and loaned for the exhihit by Geo.
M. Yuill. The general collection
consisted ol specimens from the
silver Cup/Triune, Nettie L , Noble
live, Cromwell, Lucky Jim, Old
CI old, Fidelity, Primrose, Copper
Queen,* Lncky Boy. Copper Chief.
Baltimore, IX L (Swede), O.K.,
I \.L (Milloy), Silver Bell, Rambler. Wilislow, "ig Five Silver
Plate, Raffled Arouse, Horse Shoe.
Willow Grouse, and in fact nearly
. v. ry property in the division.
Copper, silver, lead and gold
1., r. .il tlnre. and for diversified
mining the exhibit certainly si owed the Lardeau to be a go. d
country.
J. \V. Wcrtfall accompanied lhe
exhibit, and feels highly satisfied
at teenring the medals, but mon'
go by the general interest displayed
in the exhibit K was tin* inton-
I'lli   to   have   the   oxliil.it   pent to
Ni w   Westminster,   hut   matters
c.iild not be arrange*
mine   at   Laurie,
a year ago  irom
The Lanark
purchased over
the ..'.I Horn-Payne Co. by J. W.
Westfall. V. 0! Elliott, I>r'. W. E.
Newcombe and Ole Sandberg, 1ms
been bondi d for a good figure to
Messrs Nelson, Mason & McDonald, of Reve'stoke, who will 1
i/.e ii , any to '! iv< lop it.
Tbe other day an Ottawa •
car conductor found an ownerless
grip containing 140,360 on his cur.
The owner subsequently turned up
in a terrible stale of mind and
upon recoveringhi property handsomely rewarded the boni it 1 -
'lu.-'or by banding him s $2 bill.
Tin con. immediate ly sent the $2
to the Review for his annual subscription.
The provincial government has
decidi .1 to make a .lis,-lay of fruits
at this year's exhibition "f the
Royal Horticultural S ty in
I...11.I, 11. England Aboul twelve
tons will he sent on Octol     Isl
■ C.P.B   carrying it j er I
press tree of charge to Montreal.
Communications
[ I'n the Editor.]
Dear Sir, In your editorial of
the 14th under the headline "The
Reasons Why, ' vm r> f,-r at length
to the difficulties frequently encountered by mining mi n in making a di al ..11 any proposition, owing to the number of partners
holding ii teresl\ in the Baton, and
also in getting them to sink tl.ejr
jealousies and mutually agree on
terms and price that will b : I
only satisfactory to themselves,
but that will also permit a conservative i:iininjj man (and they are
tl." ], tople we mn -1 expeel to do
business with in the future) to
take a chance on
* The good old days when a prospector could sell his undeveloped
claim for a cash, or n substantial
initial cash payment down, leaving
ester to go ahead and develop it to sec whether it was
w..ih anything or not. have, 1
ine from the I.ii.l -mi never
to return, und if wc wish to intereal Ca| it.il to invest in our mines
in future, it will perhaps be useful
or   necessary   to   place   ourselves
Midway is not what it is cracki 1
Up to I.e. Bo thinks Geo N Taylor, wh,. left here a  few weeks ago „„„,. in acoord  with the invi
.     ,,    ...   to participate in the "good times ' idea, vis.:
I-       *t will,,   , , ,. ,._. __   _. ...
there   After spending a short time
however, he suit  ... Spokane K tir, "- ' You bav0" claim or group,have
The Nelson       n       ntmt "1' ""' Mtuation, some ore, more expectations, per
.Mr Taylor has con.   lo Spokane, _ap*   80 or •.'•"> feet ..t tunnel or
early   next   month.
Ni ws editorially says :
" The enterprise ol the mine
owners and others of lhe Trout
Lake mining division iii getting together such an excellent
exhihit of the OI.'S of that .li-
trict and in sending it down
to the Nelson Fair in charge
Of Mr. J. W. Westfall. las
occasioned a great deal ol lav-
oral.'e cotument upon the part
of visitors. The exhibit In itself was a magnificent one, but
its value us ah advertisement
of the mineral resources of the
Trout Lake district, was materially enhanced by the presence 0/ Mr. Westfall, who was
011 hand every day of the Fair
to answer questions and to tell
the enquiring public all about
the mine.- ami prospects of the
Lardeau. The enterprise thus
shown cannot fail of profitable
results and the example given
may well he tnk.ii to heart hy
other districts and acted upon
in the ooming years."
In speaking of the fruit and vegetable ; ii rt of the exhihit, Mr
Westfall   said   that    thc   showing
made hy the Kaslo riding, which
includes Trout Lake, was magnificent,   Unfortunately the vegetable
exhihit from Win. Adams and
Adams Urns, of Trout Lake, did
not arrive in lime through some
error, nnd the exhihit along the
Vegetal.le line lost what would
Undoubtedly     have     taken    first
honors.
Fred.   0.   Elliott went, to Itevel-
Htoke on a business trip during ihe
week,
A tree fell across Kiiimiin's logging engine at Three Valley last
week and put it out of hllsiiics until new parts arrive from Seattle.
where we learn be has struck a
paystreak.
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Judge Miller, we regrel lo
has been down tor the past t> w
with t\| bold fever at his
home in Seattle, lie is now n
the road to recovery, and hopes lo
return in a few weeks lo Ihe
Lardeau. where h 1 is certain he
did not contract the f v.-r.
open cuts. You iic.-d two or three
hundred fee! of work done before
any accurate estimate of value can
1' 1 on the property I will
taki a bond on the property at r.
certain price, do  lhe work, and if
nt   justifies   il,    take   111'
th. bond, but make any initial
payment on that .-in.wing I will
not, If you won't take it. alright ;
go ahead end develop it yourself,
The sawmill is doing business or let it lay there.
Tin barge Is loaded with 800,000 '*•■■*. ■ «:'*'' •<• Mr. Editor, is
*,.,, „f fine lumber, and will be thelineof argumont we mi I
shipped next week. The lumber custom ourselves to hearit _ hence*
now going through averages 40 per f"r!l' -•■<•  '"'  prepared to meet.
Local Mining
Conditions.
OF INTEREST TO .HOSE
WATCHING THE .ROORE8S
AM) DEVELOPMENT OF
THE     IlK'i.'KST    MINERAL
Section of i he province
The work of driving the 200 fest
tunnel "in the Black Warrior is
going ahead fast. The lessees
hope to have a good hotly of ore
opened up before long.
Dave   Morgan   has  received instructions from the Fast to proceed|
with the development of the Surprise group.   This looks encouraging, and   il  is  now   almost an assured  fact that  the deal will go
throuuh.   This deal  is one which
means much for the Lardeau.  The
property is a low-grade proposition
and requires large capital  to work
it.   The people negotiating fur i
intend if they secure the  pr>.|,
to build a road up the North Fori
and install a reduction works.
Jack Chism camo up from Rapid
Creek Monday night. Wor^ on
the Hecla is going ahead fine.' The
shaft is now down 30 feet, and the
values are getting l.ett.r. The lend
Is l.etive.-ii 20 and 25 feet in width,
and the shaft is being sunk in the
middle and will he crosscut when
a depth of 60 to 70 feet is attained.
Jack is elated over the prospects,
ai.d if the values continue even as
tiny are, the Calumet and Hecla
will lie undoubtedly crushing ore
through their own mill next spring.
Pete Culkeen is working on his
claims on Gainer creek above 10-
Mile.
A. B. Ernst, of Seattle, paid ,-
Hying visit iu last Friday. II-
speaks hopefully of putting
through a couple of deals for property in this division, and whii i.
will mean much for the | rosperitj
<>f the camp He will return in a
couple of Weeks, when he oxpectt
to put matters in shape.
The development of the Old
Cold is proving very satisfactory.
Some fine ore was brought in from
during the week which was
0|. md up in the lower tunnel. A
i.iiud lead has been struck at r.
depth "f 250 feet, which enhances
the value of the property largely.
Alec. Dodds, of the Triune, has
gone to the coast for a trip, leaving
the mine workings under the sup*
.•r\ is on of Chas, Copp. The lower
tunnel is being pros] i cU .1 by cross
cuts to locate the ore liody. The
usual force is being employed in
'he upper workings getting out ore.
Jim Livingston is  meeting with
good success on th.- Rambler.
It is said that a prospector is a
man who finds things which make
some men rich and rich men richer.
Al o Crawford has noiv covered*
in singi ■■ fr r the conveyance of
. .s-,- _'"- between here and the
.. ii.ding.
Steve Sib _ •-. «-.,• of Ferguson's
ir hnti 1 tut::, took in the
n   Fair     Steve   thinks   that
• .. .
•|. • advertisement obtained from
he Lardeau ore exhibit should
invi permanent r.nd good results.
Mrs. Anderson, of the Beatrice
Mines, Ltd . was in town on Wed-
nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. McLennan
and family have gone to New Westminster to visit the fair.
Oswald Woods and Charlie Dul-
maRe are spending their holidays
at the coast.
Alec. Dodds, supt. at the Triune.
L'ft Monday for Portland.
A. II. Gracey is relinquishing
the management of the Oyster-
Criterinn mine.
cut No. l cli ar.
A large gathering of friends mei
on Thursday lasl to celebrate the
Circumstances alter cases in milling the .alia ■"* in other industries.
Your  showing   may be  lUch   - to
> y..u in   asking  and   the in-
sixth anniversary of the wedding vestor in making a preliminary
of Mr. and Mrs, J, Q. MoKinnon, payment, or there is always thereat tli.ir residonco al Ferguson, mote possibility In the dullest
The rooms were beau'ifully decor* time of catching a sucker or wild-
atcd, the tables most bountifully oatter. A Prospector.
spread, and a very enjoyable time *•*,.,,„. i.I4!_«-. Sept. 28, 1905.
was spent. m
Services at Methodist church on DoarSir, I notice iu your is*
Sunday in..ruing at 11 ; evening J sue of 22nd Inst that Mr. F. Mills
ai 7.80. ■ while prospecting for the Chestnut
Hill Mining Co., by whom he had
been employed to thoroughly j.inspect   tinir ground   had   made a
Win. Cowan, of the Big Bend
Telephone Co., cam* in lust night.
A. N. Viirs  is in
pegs from Camborne
town on husi
Frank Fullmer ol the Beatrice
mine wn« in town Tuesday.
0. F. McHardy, ol  Nelsoi
in a few days here thia week.
Hurst,    our    new   school
|,rt8 arrived from the
l.etrin her  duties M.ui.l .)
Mrs
teacher,
and wil
next.
^1   || ii-i.-n returned from thi
Bonndar*. Wednesday.
lucky strike on the claim of James
O'Donnell.    I   would ask you to
j correct, the statement as regs
put the Chestnul Hill Mining Oo.
Thai puny has employed no
.me t.. do anv prospecting for them
in B.O., ami I bs manager of the
LB. group will say thai I have
employed no one t.. prospect tho«
claims.    Voius very IrUly,
Tn..-.. F   Iiiiii ii Ait i.
Trout Lake, Sept. 26th, 1005,
The machinery of the Big Tun*
;>. I il   now working In good shape.
and good headway is being made
drivii g
Alex. McLean and Sid Graham
of the Noble Five aggregation were
in  town   this   week.    There is ten
I of clean ore, galena, zinc
and grey copper iu the bottom of
the drift.    Four men are employed
mi the property
Tony Lindgren and associates
are pushing work nn Canyon creek
on the Lin-en View and Grand
So'., properties. Both of th.se properties have go.>.l ore i:i sight, and
it is tlie Intention of the owners to
gl t   out   what     is   possible    this
winter.
From reliable information received iluiing the week, the resumption of work on the LB.
group is issured, and will begin
within ten days or two weeks.
This is Trent Lake's banner property, and has shipped n large
amount <>f ore. For reorganii i-
lion purposes this mine was cloyed
down last spring, and its resuming
work will   he pleasing   news to all
interested.
TI.e w,.rk on the Copper Chief is
producing good results.   If possibl
the owners intend   to   keep up de*
volopmenl all winter.
Jim Jenkins an.l W. Phelan are
making good headway on their
properties at the foot of the lake.
"Twenty thousand dollars are to
he expended on the Beatrice mine
in .h velopment before a pound of
..re is taken out." This coining
from an authentic source is pretty
good proof that the Beatrice Mines
Ltd. intend to mike the mine a
permanent ore producer. This
week Messrs. J. Lade, A. Gunn, E.
Graham, J. Otto and Jack Cameron, who secured the contrast to
drive <i00 feet in the No. 2 tunnel
of the Beatrice mine, commenced
work on the contract.—Camborne
Miner.
Archdeacon Beer will hold service in the Anglican church next
Sunday, morning an.l evening.
We are sorry to report the severe
i Iness of Mrs A. C Fraser. As
wc go to pr.--. however, a turn for
lie I. itter his set in and we look
hopefully for tier recovery within
a few .lavs.
Carson Munay left Monday
morning for Vancouver, where he
will attend school during
winter.
the
The Lardeau   Express Co. are
getting their rigs in shape fur the
taking over the mail contract between Beaton, Ferguson and Trout
Lake.
At Beaton ..n Tuesday, the 26th
itist., thc arbitrators appointed to
settle    the   dispute     between    the
Arrowhead Lumber Co., of Arrowhead, and A. (i. Fraser, of Troul
Lake, met,  and  after  going  thor-
i.Ughlv OVer the ground   settled the
dispute satisfactory to both parties,
The arbitrators wen Fred. Fraser
of Revelstoke and J. 0. Murray of
Trout Lake.
Charming
Wedding.
NUPTIALS OF A. E. FOWLER
AM) MISS VIPOND A BRILLIANT AFFAIR. LAVISH
FLORAL DECORATIONS A
FEATURE.
The celebration of the nuptials
of Mr. Albert Enoch Fowler, eldi ;
son of the late Richard Fowler, of
Port Angeles, Wash., and Miss
Ethel Margaret Vipond, eldest
daughter of Mr. E. R. Vipond, of
Trout Lake, B.C., which took place
at the Methodist church, Trout
Lake last Wednesday morning,
was a very notable event, charming in all its detail, and witnessed
by an assemblage representative of
the host of friends of the contracting parties and the elite of the
town.
The auditorium was beautifully
decorated with white chrysanthemums, palms, and grouped around
with ferns. A bell of garlands and
choice exotics was suspended from
the chandelier, while an arch with
garlands of clematis trailed to the
carpet of the nave and transept,
forming an exquisite canopy. The
decorations were planned and carried out hy the Mesdames Murray
and Elliott, and they are to be
congratulated upon the success of
their efforts.'
At 7.30 the bride entered with
her father, and was met in the
vestibule by her attendants. Tho
bride looked beautiful in a gown
of white crepe-de-clune over white
liberty silk, demi-train, the b_ lice
with deep lace collarette. She
wore a cbaplet of orange blossoms
in her hair, lhe bridal veil, which
was silk net veiling fully feather
stitched, fell over her in graceful
folds _from head, to_white satin
slippers.
The bridesmaids were Miss Lena
Vipond, sister of the bride, and
Miss Marjorie Fraser, who looked
fascinating in creations of Nile
green and liberty silk-, trimmed
with pink satin bebe ribbon and
white lace.
Mr. Alex. McLean supjiorted the
bridegroom as bent man.
The Rev. Scott performed the
rites, and at the conclusion of the
ceremony the " Wedding March "
was played by Miss Hollenbeck,
and the procession passed down
the festooned aisle and home to
the residence of the bride's parents,
where the reception and breakfast
was held.
The house was a mass of flowers.
The dining room was a perfect
bower of beauty, with masses of
gladiolus, dahlias, scarlet geraniums and ferns arranged about.
lhe bride received ber guests in
tlie drawing room, which wis also
lavishly embellished with flowers
and foliage.
After the reception the nowly-
married pair left for their honeymoon The bride wore a travelling
suit of rich brown broadcloth, with
hat to match. Before leaving, tho
happy couple had to pass before
a blizzard of rice, and ere embarking on the s.s. Procter were thc recipients of hearty congratulations
from tin crowds of friends who had
assembled on the quay to wish*
tlieiu boll voyage.
Before returning to lake up residence here they will visit Seattle,
Portland and California.
Alec Crawford and Mrs. Crawford are paying Ihe New Westminster Fair a visit.
Mrs  Newman Taylor is   leaving
shortly for n trip to Honolulu, .:*-.
T.IE LAR.DEAU MINING
"k REVIEW.
K
il ui Tronl Liiii.-niv. re.,. PnblUliei
ru»..n mnl 'I'roul i akeevi rv'f bureau}
'   Tni. K lllor ,1-.,". .ol ..."Ll   1.1..."I'll i-i".|>.»i-
eliie n>r tlie nplnlnna of oorres|MindtnUss*
, ureaHi'ii in Us .-uniiiiiu
All locals will b« ,'i..r.'.'.i ..i ii.- 'i.'.' "' '■'
oeniH per line, nml limerlli>n,i.nil i.i.-.m-1»
nn.' r-ui-i. tubuequenl Insertion.
Term*fr'1- ir-...«!.'..I and other niTeriljini
will he ...a l,- known on application "' ni1"''
UiibscriDiioi. W.W)a rear, ... nilv,.u.-.-.
Grout Xahc
Matcv
Supply (So.
Xt5e
By UHMig   Water supplied   by this
Company y u are assured »f abso*
lute purity,     (iovelliliiciit Altai)
tn hack up statements. :::::::
Hug^s McPherson - - Supt.
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feasterso!
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A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT.
The result  of  the sending of an
ore exhihit to Nelson is  proving ol
vast benefit in io far as advertising the district is ooncerned.     In
every business the secret of its success li. s in judicious advertising
All of the mere' a''t   primes of tin
world ncki  ■ • iediro  this  fact.    As
it is in mercantile or manufacturing life so it  ia  in  n larger way
with coun'ries.    If yon  want  the
purchaser to buy what you have
for Bale  you  musl advertise what
line of goods you  cany.    We in
the Lardeau have  mining  properties to sell, and the better  we  can
advi-rtise tlmt fa. t  the   more  pin-
chasers mc  will  have.     It is now
proposed   t"   Bend  the exhil.it to
Spokane.    It requires funds.   One
dollar from   euch   would   amply
cover ul'   expenses .    many   can I
afford and havegiven more.   Such
an  exhihit  as we have now will,
and must   create favorabli   c •
ment from  the press,   Many willj
see it at Spokane who  never knew
of the Lardeau and its immense
possibilities.
" There Is a laud that is fa ire
tkanda>." During the past two
weeks W« cannot olaim this for the
Lardeau. It has been juicy, very
juicy, but it don't hurt our crops
on.- advantage ol living in a mineral country. As a general thing,
however, many  people who have
visited the l.ar.l.au were of the
opinion that they had reached thai
land so beautifully exemplified In
thai sweet old hymu " In the 8weel
Ilv-..lid-Bye."
a. W. EDGE
Painter —
Decorator.
TROCT    LAKE
Ii  ('.
G„ M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
We   were   ne;il!v   forgetting   it
Rub-a-dub dub, pav up your sub." ...     ,
Watch-repairing,
etc.
Guaranteed
All work
In our issue oi 21st inst are
made some strictures on the X. Ison
press V. e had no intention of including the " News," and it was
through «n inadvertence tbat we
made ih-- irt;>! general. We
differ politically ivith the "News,"
and oft times take issue with that
journal along political lines A-
a newspaper, howi ver, we candidly
say tha' we ki >.\ of no other that
more consistently and vigo
pushes our district and advertises
our res. urei ■ than the u New- " A -
a news; ap< r it publishes news, and
is a credit to journalism. The
city oi Nelson i- to be congratulated on having a man al the bead
of their leading ni ivspaper like
Brother Deanc.
Get vour
Stationery <j_ad
Jo!> PHritlftg at lhe
Milling Review....
Qttllows Bloct, Trail. Late. B.G
AI! the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
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Our recent remark u on I, I
Reasons Why' is being commented on ir.-ely by our readers.   We
appreciate this, and i.re anxioU to
have many more letterB on this
subject. We believe it t.. be a live
subject f'-r discussion and will
prove beneficial. Now, readers,
don't lie backward; expresi your
ideas fully and freely, Criticise,
but do it fairly, and IVC will take
it kiinliv.
Why   not   mnke   the   exhibit of
MM.   E   I" CO-OWNER8.
i.   ;     ■   Firan, or to ahomsoever In-
may ha    ti   iifori   ill: Intereal in
Hie J.C., Lone siar, Smuggler  anil
I'kiaii mineral rinim..
'I'ak,, ii itico tlmt I, tic under
co owner   with  you   in   the  J ('., l.nno
Star, Smuggler end t'kinli ruineral
claims, situate on head ..( l.ak.- creek
in tin- Troul Lake mining iliviilou of
\V. Kootenay, have performed the hoc-
essary w..rk mil made the necessary ex-
penditnre on the above-mentioned
claims f..r the y-'sr 1906, in order to ha 'I
iho :-i ne nn ler nei lion '-') of the Miner-
ul Act, and i!>. vear fur which will
nnrk wa*. |terforinod having expired, I
hereby give you notice that if within 'jo
.lays from il.e flrrt publication hereof
J 'ni fail nr refuse to contribute yutir pro-
portionate ihare ..f inch expenditure
ami pay tne cost nf this a.lvertifeii.enl
vour interest in tin' said run.-nil eliiin*.
Smokers' supplies in
_reat» variety.
von want to S_LL
you »v»it lo f!UY
!
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IF
Correspond «ilh the
Lardeau Mines
Exchai&e.
I  !'--.prr-
lies listed on which e<    :.
c in be Inl-!.
Lordrai; Minos Ex-ihongc.
' Review " Building.
i n ■ ■ ;     .-  B.C
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N; ..   .ORK LIFE ASSURANCE
■OMPANY
Fob Invest..! • Protection
IS. T lYLOR,  \',-n-
Revei-stokb    am     Troct Lake
vr »■--ir*r*j*j_mi. »u***i»-
ores sent out for cxhil.it  purposes will become the propertv ot theunder-
a   leiruaii.-iit   exhibit   for   Trout ''
Lake division ?    We   arc   certain
Messrs Klliott and Westfall would
be pleased lo have it, in th.-ir.
offices, which are centrally located
it would In- a i,ue|ens around
which ould be built a show of
specimens which would be invaluable as mi adv. rtising medium.
- — •
There Is some danger ..f the
river bank opposite the recording
office being washed away, which
will endanger the who'e of iln-property lying adjacent, The Tradei
Committee should take thc matter
up and investigate. If n. co9sary,
the ,r ivernmenl :-h m'd be approached, and a bn akwater similar   to the  one  further down be
of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,
1900.
Dated thia Oth day "f September. * d.
190/1 ' John- VV. CniSM.
Sept 7.
THORPE 4 CO .started
101, kin,. Soda Wat. r in
Vancouver in 1889. Sine
then ihey buill br inches
in Victoria nnd Kelson,
■in.I are Improving every
ii i.-..ii.
Do you buy Boft <;.>..'! i
iron, "THORPE'S" ?
B.
CUMMINS
Oeneral Htnre,   i-ui, r.ini-
,,f i inn.-,; Owi i-.    Pratt)
Ulg assortment
ul Smokers' ■- ippllea,
irin,■>■ ,,f iln- Hit Ren. Telephone r-.,
FERGUSON
  I
ri inn ■ mini n   i■nr—■ i
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General
erchants,
• • • •
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• • • •
• • • •
niisiry.
DR, Mll.i "■. linow lo-
ii \. ison h*. iut>
pi K*nr t<  l»r Si.Hlilurtut
Tft Aberdeen Block
i        in f "Mi   in''   Lai*-
i .  ■ ■■    ftrcl
i t.i ■* t r. .ii i i i,:.
A, Milloy
• • • •
• • • •
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• * • •
• • • •
J. Y. Griffin & Co
. ■   rbrati il   Bi soda  ot
SI  I KggS,
r*JE:_csorM,
ii ni,   )-.., ,-i
E»    C.
Smi£_i & (So.
45 Blcury Street,MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAIL0R8.
""IAFII.1  be represented in the l.nr
throughoul
Orders
We Nelson
Brewing
Briw.i-.*. of
built.
N '      •■  lockinu the stable
ii '..A.'       »~t
after tho I, irsc is B'.oh n. Take
the muttei up in time and hoth
ground and money \< ill In _svcd,
Beer
and Porter
R. ?^cis!€rer(g_Co.    -   Props
Stay with  your   town !    Don'l
Ret   Wink   in   the   hack   at a   tune
when youi pluck and endurance is
most, needed,     I'i,,.->., .is  for  thc
division u.-ie nevei brighter. Deals
am now  in  progress   which  will
make tho towns of Ferguson and
Troul I i1 "  the  bush -i. cam]
B.C,   This  i-   nol  bin I i    .    V,'.
n, - not at liberty lo say  much al  ■ .. H , ,. -
present, bul    keep a still'upper lip        »■»«>*■
H.  N. Coursioc
BBVEtflTOKB, B. 0.
K I It Ir,'     I N s I' I! A N C E
I'.AII)   I'llO.MI'TI.V
3000.:
"e.egraphers
•Hid     don't knock.
Write for Kales.
caomoBB NEEDED
Annuall ■. lo All the nea pneitions
- r,-,i'r .1 1 iv Knilroail i and I ifrrsph
Companies. We wantYOUNaMBIN
and LADIES ol good Iml.
LEARN TELEGJJJ.PHY
AND !>..R., ACCOUNTING
We furnish "". pei cent ol theOper*
ntori und Stat Ion a *i nts n A iiicrien
On,- nx crhooli are the largest exrlu-
nivfl Telegraph Pchooia I.N TIIH
WORLD, ! tabl lied 20 years ami
■i dorsed   by   -il1   .-. Iln a,v
I rilii-i-ils.
We , ■, cute a |350 bond t.. overy
sin.lr i,i .,, furnisli him or her a i'..si'-
lion ei ■ c f om $4u in fi;o a month
in Mat east of inn llocl y u oon
tains, oi rn-in ;; i to |100 a month In
°ti tes wesi ol tin i:,r, kn-'., Inime-
meiihiteiv npnn graduation.
Studi nt* cau enter at nnv time.
No   ' : catl. ,. I,    I or   full   |iarli, ull .
rogarding nnv of our schools write
direct lo our executive ..iil.-e at
Ciociiinal , I.    Catalogue (roe
Mcrsu SiolllclfirtF
Cincinnati, Ohio.       ((uffaio, n.y.
Allanla, (ia. LaCrusse, Wis.
II i. ii K.i.i... lex   San I r inci.-.o. l.'nl
regular    intervals
for cl< ■ liinu « ill receive .-lose attention
Our   .,|r. ., iilnti'-e will no in TRODT
I'M   md l I I'M'kon in n few weeks,
tie   vfiir.     ur'li
elve close attentii
Wo havt) a great reputation for* Style ana Fit.
Save vour Orders.
The BEST Always I
IN i'i.VK SHOES !
MINING 8HOE8 !
SHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS and
OVERSHOESI
OERilAN .SOCKS I
I  u'hnl yoii will pi If yon do yonrbuyllii
Willi im.   ■,. ii'iiii fi.ini-i, tviiiMi wanting any.
IblllH 111 -i l-,,,l mar   In Oall rr.l ...   Ol
drop >i line.
Bb ROYAL fflB STflE!]
Nelson, B. C.
ANDRETW    &
CO.
M i : orders uarefnlly and  promptly
Attended to.    Agent for Slatei an.l Nel
t!,-inn Shoos.
A. 11. HEYLAND,
1'IIOVINCIAI, LAND HI'lIVKVoK
Mineral Ulsims Survoyed
I'OPI.AR, KASLO.
r
m
mj_m
t Lake
| r®
T £? N*     ii tin.    tiuu:    fu    you   tn
\{y&9      i ' I''".v '• "i"-    Nevi i were
™ y Pr ispects of Ferguson
so bright,
&
s
I
,^*
i
;■ ""•   <-'')i:
m^:~
The Town I KEKl.il
w iii be one i f t he Greati ft
• >r» Producing Can ps in tbe
VV rid. The high degree of
deved by the
numerous VV _ \ II 11 V nnd
PRACTICAL BRI1 1MI and
A M I' RICA N M I N I N<;
l O&IPANIES inin uperating
there   in   a    ti il i. .    t<>   Ihe
tletiH ndoUS ivr-:i!tii    f the hills
g
!!!!!!
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1
^v.       -?.£*
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ON
I'ul.iii School, Hospital, nnd
other institutions. Excellent
Waterworks system. Btreets,
Stores ntni Residences illu-
iniiieil hy Eleotricily. Dally
muil n rvloe. 'ilii. townsite
i> admirably laid oul Get in
N(>\V on the ground Boor.
Lots can now be purchased
rutin
iip.
I!
$75
TOWNSITE AOENT
g EENKY FLOYD I
REVELSTOKb, B. C.
...  THIk IDotcI Beaton  ...
BE A I'ON, B. c.
VISITORS arriving al Boston (the threshold of the Urdesa)
vi.i Arrouheinl, will find this Hot.I lo be fully equipped
for high-class trade    Bicellont accommoilotlon.    A well
"       ' d and spacious dining |,all.    The besl ol Wlnos,8plrlts
nnd Cigars    I'ersonBl buj |g given to tho re luiremonts »f
patrons  VI litora to the I ii-.i.-.i-i can rely on comfort at this hotel.
W. BOYD7-"-Prop
I? FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted home for travellers visitlns
Ferguson, B.C.
A well slocked Bar ol tha choloost Ltqours, Wines ate,
McDonnell &  Black
Proprietor*.
M.'i'i. i-:.
8t.   i.-.uis mineral olulin,   ■.limit.! in   tin-
*'    '-no. Minini  Ulvml.ui i.i WirstKo.it-
U.....V llstrlct,
Wnei   i.mil,-,i;  nn   Unieno croak, >ib<iiil.
two llll   i. I,,,,,, ,1,, i, uii
, l:l;   uotlud nn i. o.h.N, Wllklo, sgi ni for
'.•l",""'1   U Hills, iminer'sBerllheoM No.
IIS.11HI, liitenU,slxtl iluyi n   iimIm- dale Lore
?.'i*°apply n. ii,,- Mining Keoor.er for a cer-
iiiiciili- ii ii,)|iruveiiients for llio purpose of
oDtuiiiiiiKii Crown Oram ..file above, laim.
"i.'i rai'thoi i.uienotloetbat aotlon, under
■eoiiontn mu»i bs commenced before the Is-
suaiico ofsunh oertiaoate ..f Improi, uients.
i.Kirn mis 'I, ,|;iV „i oetober, am. im.
oct '' 0. 11. N. WILKIE,   P.L.H,
TB0U1   IAKK.
N'i'lifi: rn i.iii.i.Mji UNT CO-OWNEUH
Legal Notices.
, mm i-'Vi'i : rn'  IMPROVEMENT,
NOTICE.
Ptrksids,  mineral claim iltuate in the
'I'rniit Lake Mining Division ol West
Kootenai listriel
Where   lo. ited      About five miles
Norlh-Easl Irom Trout bake.
Ink,- noil, c that I, Chai lei Copp free
miner's cc liflcate No. B8 1,180, intend
ilxty rl i-1 ni'i i I lie hereof, to spplj to
the Mining Recorder lorCertifl
[mprovements lot the purpose of obtaining crown grants of the above chums,
Ami f.n ther i .ki- ie,n e tn it  ai i  in
under sei ti in ;i'' must   be     n
before the Isiuai I iu. h ceriiflcale of
Improvements     I *_•■■■ l tbis ISth dav ol
July,A   I' . 1908
Julv 15 OS
M.iii i:
Black Diamond mineral claim,  situate
m  tin   rrout 1 ske Mining
West Kootena) dii -
Where I h ated   < In dh       bet *ci n
,      loath t'-rk ol 111 • Soutli I
I nr I. .hi river end Bonanss c •■■
two mil.   uortherljf irom the \ mi i i. an
Take Notice that  1,0  B  N. Wilkie
■ i 11ii agent  ' r I he Bnattli 11
Mining   Co .   f M.C    No   B83 95, in
tend, sixty days I oreol
toappl)   to i   •  Mining Rec   rd
<'.-■ i :., ,iie ol   I mprovements, tor the
purp i-.,-   •'       . ning,.. Ci e.ii <'...'.i nt
tho above claim
Ai ,1 furtl in itice that   .
under section 37, must mtnenred
bed re the i man i  iui l. Certifli sti
<il Imprnvementa
Dated   Ihia   6th  -in.    I Oct.,   * •-.
„,i , ;o, B. n. wii.kii:
NOTICK.
Black Diamond Mineral Claim iltuate
In the Troul Lake Mlnins Division '■(
West Kootenay District. Where located
1 'i '   I ..If mile imI 111 oi lln-kins cri-.-k.
Take Notice that I,  II. McPherson,
in for A.B Ernst, F.M.C.N. ,B8806:i
inten I sixty days fr..n. the date
■ toapply to the Mining Recordei
'or ,, Certifli ate ol Improvements for
tho purpose of obtaining a Crown ^r:n.t
^f iln- above claim.
\n I lurth.. take notice Ilial bi lion
under section 87 nuiHt be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
oi fmprovements,
Dated this __r«l day Bent, *.d   1906,
sept 28
.N.ill.'K
Itr.r Fox,mineral olaim, nituato In tlo
Troul l.uke Mlnlnf Division of West Kootenay dtstrl. i
a Iii i. ' c- i .rn Benanaa ereek, about
one iniir south-east frum iiuok Diamond
tu in. rali
i.ik, notloe 11,ni I,O.B.N. Wilkie, sgenl toi
I'eter McVeigh, free mluer's certificate  No
. duy*: frrim in.  dale hi n
nf, io a. 11 • '■•tha Mining Uccorder toi   11 -
ol improvetin ills, I »i  tho purpose ,,r
obtaining u tTownllranl of the above  claim,
A.el In i bl r ink,   n ,i,, - [), mi,I,-
... : inn   .  in, >t be ,■■■11,11,- ii,-. ,i bofbn the Is-
icli   -1: Beau nl lm| ro*. en i ills.
Hated ii.    lib da) ',i October, A.l'.. ,ju'..
0   B. N   WILKIE, l l.H
TIliitT LAKE,
NHTU'1
Com I -i.<Ki If mineral - laim, r-it.iste
iu lhe I roul l_ki   Mining   Dii
We t Kool
w |,,.r,. |... it,.,i   i ii, Bilvei i 'up moan*
■.     .--,.- i -j miles f.  Bilvei Cap
mine
I ;ik,- notice that I, I reuVi   •  I
1 ,   ,u    F.M.O.  No    I --  - '    .. 'in,- aa
agent  lor   -t ibn W    *l    its I    F.    C
N .   ISv'e.i   Ii i'i I.   sixty   • !.>
I   ,•     Inle     ll, i. ol     • , plj    la    ilu*
m   |i _■ Recordei   loi   h Certificate ol
I in pro v -ni i,   lor   I rpoee ol ob
taiuing .. Crown i.t.u.i  ot  tin   aiNiv.
claim.
An.l   f-'.rn that SI tion
nn,l,-r section S7, moat in i in
■ ,-•• ol iui    I •
ol Improvemeuti
Dated this llth d       I A
I-   B- u..
SOTH i:  in DBLIKQUKNI  OO-OWNKR.
ToD, R. McLennan orto whomsoovei
he may have transferred Iiis interest
in - he Iiml.rn mineral claim.
at 1 the   undersigns'
co-owner with >"ii in tlie Embrwmineral claim situate on south side of Lar-
leau  river between Rapid and Poplar
creeks in the 'I roul Lake :.,  ling -In i lion
of W. Kootenay, have performed the necessary work and made the no essary i x
l>enditure   on    il"-    above-mentioned
I foi  the v.-ur-  1904 an I 19 6, in
ontor tn hol-l the same nndei section "4
,,(the Mineral Act, and 'be rears f.-r
which said work was performed and ex-
ire made having expired, 1 hereby  w'iv" you   notici- that   ii  within VO
:i .i'n 'he lir-1 publication hereol
, ,,r refuse to contribute vom proportionate share oi suchexpendltun and
],:lv ii;     ,    '    ■•; thii a lvert«sement,
vuur Inii rest in i!..- said mineral i laim
. the 11 •;•' "     il the ui ler*
signed indi r am! I.. i Irtue oi -..''. ., t
,f   the Miueral  Act  Amendment  Act
Dated atTroot  Lake this 6th .lay ..f
1 KM.   C.  Kl.l.oil.
Jul] 7, 06 Co-Owner
Review Job Dept.
For High-Class Work
Lardeau
Hotel
B**a
Sandy Laughton
I'roprlclor.
_H
'.\Af   111 N  flatting Ferguson you
W      should stay hi the Lardeau
| _        Hotel.      Here   the    vi.-lt.-r
v, 11 I.' surrounded with
i, on comforts. Excellent
cuiaine, well ventilated
mid warm room*, well
Stocked bar. ainl everything which
tends towards making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Bates fr..tu *i day upwards.
We strive to pleasa "ur patrons.
FERGUSON.
_
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND,,
We have all the Latest in
HA. 1 %j«
_ lm r     mtr ______ m^mTMWmmWMB^^^m-^mmm-mmm
We can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FEBGUSON - - B. G.
n James Grant, li. (j. Macl-ood and
James Bouclller, or to whomsoever
they iniiv have transferred their In*
teresl In the Blate mineral claim?
ihat  1,  the undersigned
the Slate mineral
ke notici   .
"-" - nei m nli you ii
It pays to use the Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often bo raved. Offices
at eergusou: Cumiulna1 sior.-; Trout
take, Posl Diline; al u at Beaton, Cum-
n]ilix and Arrowhead,
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
rn-owiiei \. nn ymi in the Mate mineral
claim, situate on smitli Hi.lc ..f Lardeau
river between ltni.ld and Poplar creeks
In the Troul Lake Milling Division ol
Went Kootenay, have performed Lhe
necessary work and made tho nee., isry
i>x|ieiidiuire ou the above mentioned
■■lam, for the yean 190-1 and 1W05, in
order io hold llui saini uu ler lection IM
■,i the Mineral Acl and lhe yean toi
which raid workwat perfornied and ex-
penditun nindo having expired, I hereby mvo  ■ oil  I.i ll ire 1 1,111   if U'il 111 II 90 'liivfl
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS 3AR,
A. NO. 1  RC'iSMS.
JacoDson & Anflersoa, Praps
Balmoral Hotel.
|rei..iniin inline nn. in^* '■_]»iro.i. I Hereby i.'.\e ■ ou notice that if »ii Inn 80 days
Irom the first publication hereol you
(oil or refuse to contribute your propor-
i loi ate * hare il -m h expenditure ami
pay the co8ts oi thii advertisement your
Intereal in lite said mineral claim will
h,,-.,n.e the i roperty of the undersigned
under and by virtue ol section -1 oi the
Mineral Act Ameiidmenl Act, H'(X).
Dal • •' nt Trout   Lake thin. 17th dav of
July, 1905. Ji II£S BNBLL,
C'r l.l    i   _   * .1.1'
Royal   Hotel
!   Fancy Bar,
Musical lintertalnment
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining New*.
E L. mOll.<_ND, -  PROP.
m
m
Visitors  to  Ferguson  niuy  rely upon  the very hent of
accointnorlatioii  at tl.if  well-known hotel.    Hooins are
well   furnished  tluoiii'hout.    The  Har  in utocked with
a choice assortment of palutiibli* quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
KVKKYrillN.l   NI':W    ANU     KI K8T-CI.AHM    IN    AI.I.  UKhHKilTS
Fire  Proof Safe
Th'- ,.•■■  ■ ■   itocked witb I,,  i-,-ir WlriM m.-i Olgara en the market.
Trout    Lake,
c, (iwner,
NOTICK.
< !op| ei Q .'-. i mil iral  i laim
rrout   i     ■  mining division ol
West Kootenay iliftri.-t.
W'h.-r.- 1 icated i»n Silver Cup mountain, about r.; miles from Silver Cup
mine.
lake notice thai I. I i derii k C
Klliott, K M.C. N'o. B88042, acting us
ii.r-iu for Charles I i opp, I V c So.
: IM. Charles I Si ;1 ,1 !■ M I ,
No. B78011. mnl John W, Westfall,
f.H.C. No. B87964, intend, aixty days
(rum the date i" reol lo spi'.. to lhe
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown ..-.nit of the above
claim.
A: I  further t ike nol >■• thai ictloi
under section x". must  '■•■■ ■ omi
i,. tore the iisuauce o( Certificate ol Improvements,
Dated thia llth day of Au«. a.h. 1906.
1- M906.
When looking for n place t.> i-*"'ii<l
y mr holidays, bear in mind
tliAi  Trout   l.nke   ia   an
ideal   summer   resort.       The
Bcenery and climate are magnificent
TirVIE:    TABLE
S.S.'. AROH-U or S.S. LAKUI£AU.
Running between Arrowhead, h.-h-
tou and Comuplix. commencing October   Mtli.   I'i'I.    will   r..:i   a;-   folli.wt.
weather |>ermiuing.
Leaving Arrowhead ;,rr Beaton and
i o   ipUx, twice dally—10k and 8k.
J laving Beaton aud Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally—1:16k an:
I2;45k. Making cloee connections
with all C. P. R. Steamers and trains.
The owners roaerve the right to
. bange times of saiiinya without
ti.ui, •«•.
The timpirc Lumber Co., Limited.
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Fil.-rl-Ci.iss in   every   respect,
lhe Travelling  public carefully
taken care of.
Hambly & Mm ■ tm.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
s  rrnlt-r Ul*J Kit;;.-   HftDAfemSut.
E. R- VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPBCIALTY.
Stables at TrouL Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   S_
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
fflfflntnro^^
=Q
CITY
7k
t3
THERE liare been f..rttiues
made by judicious invest-
inciii iii H.« tl Estate, ai.d
more fortuuea will be maile than
ever tho next two or three years.
The one \vh<r rapa tho harveat is
tH>' nriKiu.il investor, for he lias
bin ni.'iiey OD :i eel lainty.
Mow 'et uh point out to von that
there i • no better *.*>ot on :he Con*
tiin-nt to buy Rail Batata than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake la the i*r«-tt>st Bpot
i.i the Kootenay •; ae a pleasure
resort it liar- no equal. Boating
an 1 lisliinj; may be Indulged in
tin* year round | while big game
in abundance it to the, found on
the bills, Its climate in Buperb,
thore b' inp no great extremea, ii
h"iii(* tniltl in winter ami cool In
summer, li eim boast of s'<me of
ihe line~t lintels and residences in
r.iitish Columbia, Its Btn eta are
well laiil out and graded. There
nr" two excellent general stores,
and n glauoo at the advertisements
in this journal   will  shoiv  that all
trmle.i are fairly well represented.
Write  with confideticn to Agents.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
in
tl* I
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.   ::  ::
Then call on
or   write  to
* j» »
//_.
3_
••
II    is i ever had a  ' boom "   Ita
..v in has In en steady.   It is
the  I ■ ml  i f i .iviuatii.it,   ami
the tt imil nl ol the Lardo braueh
Of lie C.P.R. All ro:i:l*J (in tho
Lardeau) had to Troul Lake. It
ia tho en in menial centre cf the
richest mineral diMrict on thc
continent, and has banking facilities provided by the Imperial
Hunk ni' panada . flrsl-claas w 1 1
1i1c1.111i111.1lalt.il iii'.iler the die. r
lion 11 8. Shannon. 1- k . I JO .1
wnii t *■-. ■ ti ii. : Ruvernmi nt i ffioet \
Count) Court sittings; Uethtdisl
I-').in i-i nl ni .1 Anglican churches
and i-.-t'ii^e hospital
There are valuable ranch lands
00 the . nthkirtH nwiiitiiiL" Mttli r*1
11 h I ti ii» I tr resources are magnifl*
i-i ut, nml a hand saw mill with a
enpneitj ..i 60.000 ft i er day ll al
tl .-   1 .-.'..I of Ih    'iik.'-    Tl e mines
tributaiy are proving oul bigger
producers every \mr. with mw
prospects opening up uch bodies of
ore
Tl ere will ho a hig rush Ihis
minim, r. ko if }..u Would know
more, wiite nt onee to lilhei of
the iiHcnla at  the adtlreKKc*' l.ilow.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
^
uuuuuiuii.iuuuUiiihUiiiuiiui.u.auiu.uiJiiihUiiiiUuiiiiaiaUiiuuiiHiuuuuii I
Jo'j Pfritfnfi of every description Mil b 3 faithfully executed aUhs Review JobDept,
Fci'tjuson
Frjirjhtinj
and
Packinj
Outfit.
W
Contractsenteied into for parkin: of M niii* Supplies, etc.
In mi'' point in the diet riot.
i ii mil, prompt service, ami nny work un lert .ken guarantee^
satisfactory,
?. DANEY, Prop. - Ferguson
j^JWJW <www
m>y&
f J    nubtj*
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
He.lit Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
II
til  ,
irde.
7VVI  ©
Matie .'i\ Tro ;_ Like City.
Capital  llltliorlie il.fl.l) i 1,000
rupitiii [paii? up].  -i soo.onn
'lltesl   •       -      -    n.'ii ,000
'. u.el..-j. in the North went Territories, Provinces of British C
Ontario and Quebec,
l\ fl. MKURITT, President. I». R. wii.kik Vice-Pros.anil Clen. .Mar
K :i VY, Assistant Gen. Manager.      \V. MOFFAT, Chief [uspeotor
iiml.i.i, Manit.il.il,
LEGAL.
1 id;
Y RED C ELLIOTT-
BARRISTER, SOTARV
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Tn.tii l.nke, 15. C,    and Ferguson.
.ni.. s. MeCarter. J  A- Homy
A. M.   I'liiUlini.i.
HARVET KoSARTER & PINKHIIAM
BOLIOITORB, Ktc.
REVEL-STOKE   B. C
Bollclton lor Imperial Dank of riinmU
I. BRIGG8
J. M. BOOTT, i.i.a.
.... i i I ■ I i I r-r-r 't.i.ir'lMMHIi'iiiini r
J
u
i';
ity Drug Store
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
a
H
IB
Scott & Briggs
Farrlstere nml Solicitors
Boliclton for Uolsou's Bank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
Troll (    I.ok-.     II.    i'. .lunch - A    Oeneral    Hanking    liuitlnes»    Transuded
s.nin.'s ''-'iniriinent — Deposits received and interesl allowed.
(>.-nru «nli| nvnlUMi- In nil parts ,.l i '.in.ulii.
I'..:if,I <inif- :ii.,i Rurope.
s <<■ >,i nt..-ni ,111 given tn ootlccllnna and
Mi. I ii li, in   .
500 Cords
Holloa] Supplies. 1
Toi lot Article-., j
PRESCRIPTION Eta
WORK.     |H!    B.RI0TLYUA8H I
j.**-*-*    a ITl-I- LINE OF CHOICE STATIONERY. •", i
Lj - i » • * * * ** .■'*««■*■'«'* iiiiiiiKt.iMinniin _„ j 1
-.'.:■ »tl '.'•'  flOf.   . j
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Healprten for Minipi and Comioercial Med.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
_.•*',.   :.'.  v5
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Hotel,
r. B. BAKER,
riaiiiijrt-r
ALEX.  ORAW      E_D
THK   PIONEER
«
1*.     rilK    WATTI R    OP    _HB    " C'OM-
I'AS'r.'   W'lM'lM.    11'   A. 1',   1898,
ami Amending:   Acts,"  and   in
i:i    u..rn r   op   Tin-:   Silver
Ci i* Mines,   Limited  Non-Peb*
> \i. Liability
lie bilvei Cm- Uines, Limited N, u*
I'er- .-nil Idsbiliijr, lias gone mi., voluntary liquidation under lhe above Act,
ami ha.apnnli :, .1 Krland U. Hadow,ol
iln- i-i. n ol I .-r_.i-,,,i. B.C., accountant,
ii- li.j.'i-In or, for tin* purposes ol Bucli
uin lini; ii|).
Tlie critliiiir.- ..| tin. above Companr,
nlii.'li llftl ilu liead nlli, e in sni.l IOD 11 ill
rergneon, end nil others having on*,
claims i... • ,-iri.l Company, are required ..;. .r before Ihe Ural dav of
Bepterobei l!W5,1 isond In Un-.. -,-. \|e.-
I'mi-'r A I'i. kin in solicitors lor said
|:.|iiidatur, at their .i.'M, i, I'i rat Street,
stoke. !'■ >.'., i.n ii names and ;nl-
drerses i.t'.-l description!, and tlie full
particular* ..I thuii debit '.r claims veri-
li'-.l I'v nath nn,I the nature and amonnt
i.t'tlie securities, .1 any, held by them,
mid ihe *|.ci iii.-.l value ol snch sec*
. uml ii >..i required by notici
in   urlting   (r    Niii,;   liquidator   ..t
l.in    Solicitors, to come   in   nil.I   prove
I'.eir raid ilubls or claim* In the nsnal
way. hi vni-h time and place as Bliall be
h|H-i.-ilie.l in tuch in.I i.e.
After the said Oral daynl September
r.*0">, ihetsld liqni Inior nil! proceed lo
distribute the assets >.f the Compan)
among ihe iwrtiea entitled thereto,
having regard ,,.iiv iii ihe claims ol
allied In- then l ai had notice, and the
liquidator will nol then be liable f,.r tlie
«-•>• - or any part thereof io distributed
to any person of irhnee claim he had
lint nut ice al the time ,.f tiio distribution
llie*e.,f.
Dated this 10th day of July, 1906.
gRLAXDUr.il .iv-
LiqriDAToa
«
S ul lie, Park and Ciirtiii'e II
v-      ■   I «•
TT
V
fN  I
Liiveryanau y BiabH' RUWt"'
*>1V'
U
:'   _
ami    a '■'*'
\Jr c
reigniir :
»»»»i -
Daily atajro leaves   Beaton nl II'■ fei '■ r'ere. ison and ('■ i
leavesFdrguson, vis Troul . it 7a ■■,
llranoli Stahlea at Ti-oni f:       '■   ■•       I
i   CAS IT Contractor
A^y rA-^""\   And Builder.
MQnMl _«T Craig Owner o« tbe Abraham*
son Adiltlion to the
Town. ite.
Get a Home
l-ot   Yourself.
D'ja'ts Pay
Rent ——
EASY TERM,^.
E. N/OBBS  PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
,1 m.. llngn hold u.
Uilnrbllow'ii    lli.i
liny i-i.-.ii  „1   9
brolb-
..^       , r- ■■   r ll., ly ..   Ic .me
I). .I»u ln,i , '•   I
'   .   I
TUSCAN   LODU1
X-
A 1 .  & A M.
3rd   Thursdnr eacl
mnl,t It,
Visitors Vt'iih
r, Forddred, Be.., II V- Ph rs.   . W M
GERARD
The B C. ASSAY and CM EfllCAt
SUPPLY C., Lid.
, Vanoootbs, B. C.
' Kendquarters t<>r Asssyers, Mil
I Mill Supplies.    Sole agents in D I
Mi rgsu Crucible Co . Baiters.
I. \V  Urn.in & Co.'s Patent Csrj
Purnares, Burners, etc. i   Wm. Aim.
«,.rl 11 A Co V f in.' I ia la i.e.-  ell
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD
Hardware,   Minern'  Supplies,  Ht,nr|
an I Ranges
IMEI-SOfM, B   C
s
■
©K
SSarbec Shop
 loll A	
Good Shave or Hair Cut
— i A I.I. OK	
; William Schnel!, J
KEH0U8ON and TROUT LAKE.    H
Hotond Ccid Raths
.   i-Js-,£:ra-r-£5-_>
A.-r-iiiiiitaiii,     ....     Auditor.
J. 0. MURRAY,
TltiH'T LAKE, _. C.
Outside i-on.|iair. (-'   interests carefully
looked  after.
A.pii! Inr li.nirlii- '.-. I'luii'..
V.iYl  Westfall c_ Co.
Mining KrokerSi
Ulnlnn i';-,it,i.ii.-- it.-|Mii-i, ,l On.
Mini. mil iWiKTtn Mr.-.mill and s..t.l,
Hn.e,.- i'i-,,,,.iicv i.,„,!,,..i liter for Nou-lleil
,1.1,1..
I.HIiill...     I.."111..
Kecnrdlng Dllleo
Troul Lnkn, B. C.
Hardware, Tools
Stoves, Pipe
Etc.
♦*-**>*•>♦<*>♦♦«♦«♦*♦*♦♦♦♦*
E.L. ______
f MASTERSON
_l
In M.li.w    .Mi RC1IA.VT
Miners'
Supplies      i
poplar -  - B.C. ]
♦*♦♦♦>*>-»♦*♦♦•>*>♦♦*♦♦>-♦♦♦♦-»•
MnerGran^-ptae.
r■ .*ms ttofljoa\oa <T j Z>i\imm
Gold nr Silver $1 ."il,
.old anil Silver  j. 00
Silver and Lead  n ho
C0p| er              1   ||.|
Zine $) Stl
3   SHANNON,  'ssaycr
F_R(iUSON B. C
O.D Al WILKIE, PL.S.,
Provincial I.nml Burveror,
Mineral Claims Surveyed
and Crown Ornnts O.t.ifncd I
Gums, Etc.
Etc.
\
Underwear. Sox
Shirts, Hats
Etc.
Robertson's
ChoccJates
AND
Bon-Bons
: Batger's
i
Crystallised
Fruits
Clothing      \
Boots, Shoes       >
Blankets, Gloves,
Nails
Oils, Putty
S-W-P
Heady-Mixed Paints
It.-sl.I. ...-.•-Nssi ltec.nl orn«.,
Tronl /.iik,-. ii .
W. H. Jones,
Loose   I na(   Itm I
Printing!
NELSON, B. C
A1J kinds of New Records.
Sole Afjent for the Lard>att:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake P. C.
: LAKE VIEW HOTEL P.Blirns&Co'F. B. Wells,
RBVJE_STO_.il, B.C.
RAW FURS
TROUT LA.KB, B.C,
Starfte?   &   CO. Bar weM Supplied with Liquors 6l Cigars
Large Comfortable Rooms.   ExcelJi nl Ctijsltoe nnd An, ml,,,,,..
WHO! I.   \i r DEALKR8 in Bntter,
K,'c.i,    ClieejO,     I'm.Inc.-    nnd
i .,.,-. phlni Si  Nelson
otter, —""—-
,;; iWadden & Levesque
Props
WHOLESALE   AM*   BBTAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dc»ler_la all kinds of Fresh Mmu
JBOUT I AKF. !!.(!
JOUGHT
CA5H   PRICES   PA IP

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