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Array Tl,
representative
of tin' rich Lardeau
country, Sent to
any address for if2
per nn. in advance.
VOl   i
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., JULY 7, 1005*
No. i.,..
.EBRATION
lOMINION
DAY.
teTIO    SPOUTS.     FOOT*
[all  match   ani»
igrand concert.
IUT LAKE EN FETE
^ p.,.  .,1 Hi- Hi ini'iiibored Ry
Tho   Children.
r
was  something   like
in Trout  Lake last Sntur-
Patriotism   full   anil    tin-
iKiural"i   welled   in  tlm  hearts of
.botbTi'i'l  nnd  youn*. ami partieti-
.jarjy        latter, fur ■ 1  -ni early
-hour ;" hil' •   ""■•«■ them-
selve.     ,. p.   . r-ii'ii 1 ml paraded
the I «n   with   wiving   ''Jacks"
j^H. :.n.<l mis with ilnims rolling
the*
Royal weather prevailed through*
the il.-iv ini'i ni :i p■"'- 'I"-1 ti'"*-'
the fir-! I'v.'iii a:i< scheduled,
the 8|".'t- v. 11 ui' presented a gay
and f. M-. .1 I..-.1U1I it. The judges
|^Bi>' events   were  that
veteran sprinter, Aidy Craig, ami
^^■m-    J. J. Atherton ofliciated
H^pi.utii.   hut   modesty   forbids
Juets in that direction.   Space
[not, permit of a detailed list of
(winners, suffice it to say there
■ 21 event*, and three print in
ly   number.    There were races
[the babies, races for the buys,
fur  tlu*  girls, and the events
interspersed with   novelties
111 as a  thrcndni'i'dli! nice, stone
jking race, suck races, etc., etc.
.t the conclusion of the sports :i
nt was given the I'hililren in the
lure oi :i scramhle, and as the
Icome we beiieve every youngster
rtici|inting curried away a i»or-
souvenir in relief of Edward
iBl'" most kingly inujesty. Checr.-
ftiv given fur the kimr, ami the
■mors of the prizes, Immediately
Blowing which adjournment was
liulo to the football ground, whets
linns representing Ferguson anil
nit Lake were In readiness for
• frsy.    This was the second
eting of the teams this season,
Inl us Trout Luke ran out winners
previous oeeusion on their op-
pnents ground by 1 goal to nil,
augured well for the return
Latch at Trout Lake, Thehighssl
lopes panned nit, as Ferguson
lot only played sterling football
Im flattered their supporters by
sinning out by two goals loan
fcrg. Pur the first time the
Ifficials of the Ferguson combine*
lion tried Bandy Laughton in tin
lurwiird line, and be favored theli
lelcction in no small manner. Fur
lhe lirsi ten minutes of the game
he home goalie was called upon to
liandlo several splendid shots negotiated by Sandy. Another great
factor in the victory of the visitors
iv as tho good combined work of
11 lie forward string, and special
Intention must be made of the good
Iwork of young Hob Kirkputriek on
[the right.     Barber and   Basket!
Iwcra impiTgmtb'e  at  buck, und us
jusinil   Alex   Ciiiiiiniiis   as centre
[half checked  nttaoks and  fed his
forwards In a olean way.    For the
home team  Oswald  Woods ami
Ralph Iligginson were the stars.
if more support hiul been given to
the former by bis fellow lorwards
the result would perhaps have
heeii different. Ferguson won because they were thc host aggregation on the iiny'H play, and the
victory was not begrudged,   The
Spectators greatly enjoyed the ex-
^cilii K V.i*uiients of the giinie.     Ted
Bounders made an effloient referee]
In the evening a big crowd assembled In the oddfellow's Hall
to ut tend the liriuid Concert. The
programme was made, up of local
talent, and the various numbers
Bhowed that Trout Lake can easily
bold its own in this direction with
any town in ths Interior. The
uiiiliciiee were not sparing with
their applause and recalls prevailed. Special mention must be made
of the selections by tho town or-
chestra. The proceeds of tlir* oon*
eert were devoted to the debt on
the skating rink.
At tin* conclusion a dance took
place on the well-polished floor,
und some fortv couphs participated until midnight. Thus ended a
most enjoyable day. Long live the
king !
School Report.
At the examination held in
Trout Luke school at close of term,
the grading of the pupils stood as
follows :—
6th Class: Alex MoPherson 519,
Grace MePherson 440, Lulu Hollenbeck 301.
4th Class : Willie Atherton 522,
LeQa Vipond 383, Gordon MePherson 383, Marjorie Fraser 284.
3rd Class: Edna Hollenbeck
484, Alice Murray 383, Lilian Cornelius 379, Naomi Vipond 343.
Ixitus Griffith 279, Carson Murray
207, Martha Johnson 195, Charles
Ilaner 171, Willie Johnston IM.
2nd Class: Ernest Atherton 810,
Edith A brahainson 203, Catherine
Vipond 158, Pearl MePherson 115,
Frank Abey 83, Tommy Johnston
60, Olive Abey 45.
The Rolls of Honor given by the
Department were awarded as follows:—
Proficiency: BdnaM. Hollenbeck.
Deportment : Edith Abrahamson.
Punctuality! Rossland Murray.
Farewell Dance.
A farewell dance was tendered
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hooker on Wednesday evening last. Tho family
will leave on Monday for* Vancouver. Mr. and Vtj. Hooker
have been with us for a long time,
und their absence will lie sorely
felt in social circles. The Review
joins with a large circle of friends
in wishing the family lu.n voyage
and success in their new home.
Monte und Henry Morgan are
UP at the bend of Brown creek
doing assessment on the Cromwell
and M.ibel.
Arthur Evans and Harry Jones
are leaving to do so ne development on their property on the
Arm. The claims are within n
.Imrt distance of Beaton, and the
lurface showings nre extremely
rich. Being so nenr transportation the property should prove u
most valuable one. A tunnel wi'l
be driven to get Under the rich
showing!'.
Johnny Kennedy intends to get
things moving at the Jewel. The
property is on Hall creek, Duncan
.lope. He left on Friday to sec
what supplies had been left there
and also to examine the state of
the trail.
J. T. Lmithers has been pushing
development work on the Immense
group on Silver Cup slope. A
crosscut tunnel is now in 145 feet,
it is expci'tcd another 100 feet will
have to be driven to get under the
ore, which taps the lead at 125 feet
depth. The lead is known as the
Ueorgo Windsor, and some very
rich ore has been taken from the
surface, The property is owned
by J. T. Lauthers, B. O. Moyer
and VV. R. Hollenbeck,
Return From The
Ootsa Lake
Country.
THK MUCH-TALKED-OF AND
MORE ADVERTISED COUNTRY TURN8 OUT TO BE
AM IHING HUT A LAND
OF PROMISE.
Mo3quliocs t_ Mountains
The Principal Attraction In The
Bella Coola Valley.
that country to come (o the front
by the discovery of mineral. A
well-equipped party "' prospectors
from Vancouver, with whom are
Messrs, Slftrkcy and Allen, late of
Fish Creek, are operating on the
hills to the west of the Francois
and Ootsa Lukes this summer.
We returned to Bella Coola by
the mountain trail In 8 days, and
were the first party by thnt trail
this Beason."
This week for (he benefit of
those wh i have been yearning to
join the rush to tho Ootsa Lake
Country wo publish an interview
the Review obtained this week
with Mr. Stanley Menhinnick, who
has returned to Trout Lake after
visiting the land of " mill: ami
honey." The interview should
prove a good object lesson, as Mr
Menhinnick is well knowh throughout the Lardeau and is no sinecure
or sycophant. His remarks to the
scribe no to prove that the map
recently issued accompanying Bulletin !• by tbe Provincial Bureau of
Information is very inaccurate, and
in many cases wholly misleading.
Mr. .Menhinnick pointed out to us
on the map several trails which
had no existence in real, and others
which were miles out of their existing latitude.
Mr. Menhinnick said : " I left
Trout Luke April 23rd to visit the
Ootsa Lake Country via Bella
Coola, My object was to ascertain
what chances there would be to do
a little steam navigation on the
Oo<sa and its rivers in case the
country was opened up. As vou
know, Steve Wood- of this town
accompanied tne. We left Bella
Coola on May Kith, and striking
the Valley trail wc reached the
Lake on June 5th. I should judge
distance by the trail to be 250
miles. The trail was in very bad
shape, and the feed for our horses
was viry scarce. The summer trail
is very much shorter, but is open
for only a short time each season.
While crossing the Ootsa we were
overtaken by some wel-known Lardeau men. Eli and George Edge
and 1> Blaney, with whom we proceeded oil the trail via Cheslata
around to about the centre of the
north shore of the Ootsa. where we
camped for seven days on what was
described ns " the best land in the
Ootsa country.'' While there we
made daily excursions through the
■unrounding country nnd made
many observations with a telescope
from the hill-tops. 1 saw many
small patches of fairly good land
among aspen trees, but no large
ureas of go'd land. The country
is by no nn nns nn open one. being
badly broken Up with hi Is and
rocky ridges.     On the south shore
of the lake there appears to be no
land of anv value. From Information obtained from two 'men
who hud wintered there, und from
the Indians, I judge the lake to lie
frozen for six months of the year.
nnd there ij patent evidence to
show that the average snowfall is
fairly large
" I do not wisli to pose us an
authority on hind, hut from information obtained from many parties that were in the Ootsa country
in search of land, 1 think 1 am safe
III saying that nine-tenths of those
men will be of the opinion that
the reports which have been so
much in circulation ns lo the areas
and quality of land uml climate in
the Ootsa Luke country are, to say
the least, very misleading. I think,
however,  it is quite possible fsr
Death's Sudden Call.
We regret to announce the death
this week oi Miss Ruth Valentine,
which took place on Saturday last
at Portland, Oregon. Miss Valentine is the Bister of  Mrs. A. Craig
Poplar Creek.
The fourth of July was celebrated
by a ball which was held iii the
assembly hall of the Royal Hotel.
The floor was. in excellent shape
and the hull was beautifully decorated. The music was supplied by
Ward's 'orchestra to the satlsfac
tion of 20 collides C. Sehomberger
made an efficient floor manager.
The dance was followed by a ban*
quet.
John Keen arrived in town Inst
Monday.
A son of E. Ward who has been
schooling at Potman College, Wash,
anived to spend his vacation last
week in company with class-mate
und Miss L. Valentineof thistown, R°bertson.
nnd of Mrs. Tomlinson of Revelstoke.   The deceased young ludy
Ceo. Munro is still digging gold
on the Hecla.
wns spending her vacation at Port- j Tony Uan?on brough, dow„ t,R.
hind in company with Mrs. Tom- newg on Snnduv that ore had been
linson, and were visiting their j rfruck in tbe face of the Mother
mother, who resides there. The Lode tunnel. This tunnel is now
fair was visited, and while in the 350 feet in. The property is owned
grounds was taken sick. She was *)V -]u. recent]y formed Laclede
taken to the Cottage Grove hos* Mini .u Co Mr. Hanson brought
pital, where  she expired  in a few <_„,.„ snnie Mrflp es „* th(, ore_
davs from typhoid fever andner«|    ,.,,,,..        , ,      ,
J •  . __     , ,'    Ralph Higgine n In- purchased
votis prostration.      The  deceased ' rr '        .
...     ,._._,     r>        the packing and   transfer business
has been associated with the  Kev- '
,    , ,     „   ,    _.        ,    ,. of Geo. Ch-Mnwav      We wish  K.II.
elstoke branch oi the (.ttna-ln Drug    ,    .
.   the best of good luck.
and Hook Co   for seven years, and .
her loving  disposition  hud made     J- Moore. KhbIo, superintendent
her a popular favorite. The Review of roads  and  trai's. is supervising
extends heartfelt sympathy to the the construction  of a  trail  from
relatives of the deceased. .the railroad to Cascade creek. This
_ trail will  materially assist rnanv
_   _        .   1    .     •*»_. _.__._       property  owners,  and its comple-
A Trout Lake_Paragon.    JJ -^J ^.^    ™J
It is not generally known that working on the trail recently some
we have, and have had for BOma rich jjalena ore was struck. We
time, in our midst nn iirtist of un- have yet to learn whether the
doubted   ability.  ""   Though   bent  pn perty was staked or vacant.
with age, and eyes dimmed with
years of close Contact witli her beloved canvas and palette, Mrs
Fanny Hammond has just concluded a painting of the "Glacier,"
3 ft. x 2 ft . which will hang as
a   witness  that  in  her  declining
The Hampton has six men at
work On thc property. A pack
train with supplies went up Wednesday. E. Ward bus charge of
mining opt rations.
On   the  Smith  nnd Rogers pro
m
1        -i.i „_i v,n 1 nnt l<_f   perty six men nre  at work.    F. J
years  her  right hand had not lost  >     -
• \i,_    Mammnnrl's  Eilzle   will   return   from   Seattle
its   cunning.      Mrs.   llammoiuts
11   u., _.«   i„  .,rt about the leth, aiid the tunnel wit
name   is   so   well   known   in .trt >
, , ,      _,,„,, then be started.
circles  that   it vsuhl seem super-
flqOUS to breathe a word in praise
of the talented lady were it not for
the tiuir-m that " no one is a prophet in thaii own count ry." A
Review -nribe was ushered into the
iu\it» : producer ia proceeding steadily. A
artist's studio recently, and while JL,.. ' .'   _
'"' • . full force of men are employed.    E.
In no sense  endeavouring to pose r  *
,    .    , ,,        \ ipond    brings    down   from   the
as a cri'lc, admits he was most pro*     .' _   . ,    ... .       ,
■'  ,l ,      ,. ,.       mino to tho wharf about 3| tons of
foundlv amased at the  er«*atlons
■  daily.     In   the   lower tunnel
The Triune.
Work on this famous high-gradi
,    ,     , , f|M .•.■*,. Ulllll, A\\ till I.MS l 1        I ll II IIVI
of the grand old lady,    lhereuere •
6 , ,,,        .      , ...        .   tin v are now   about   under the on
utudiea of real life, animal life and ,      -
. ,      ,       ,.„    and thev expect to  be among it al
nature ; choice bits of local moun- __    _ -   ,   ■
"", .        .every   shot.    Snow   is   fast  disaii-
tain and   akc scenery ; copies of        *.
. ..   .... -tt.  ,w*   pearlngfrom Priune basin.
old masters in oils, water colors,
crayons and Indian ink ; there
were sprays <>f m- s and other
exotics, and In foot all those sweet
subjects which a painter dwells
so long ami lovingly upon. Of
late Mrs. Hammond has been en-
gaged in executing photo enlargements In Indian ink for several
local families, the success attained
meriting highest commendation.
Mrs. Hammond will bo leaving
shortly for I.n'chor Creek. Alta.,
but the studio will bo open for exhibition for several weeks longer.
Mrs. Hammond is tho mother-in-
law of our esteemed citisen, W. F
Dunphy, and tho studio will bo
found at his residence.
Some eastern parties arc expected in to take over the Copper
Mountain group. J. T. Lauthers
went uji to the property Monday.
Bill Baty has finished his assessment on the O.K. nt 6-Mile point.
Wo leam that gratifying experiments have been made, and ns a
result further developments will
be proceeded with.
Silver Cup.
A crew of men are engaged driving lhe Sunshine tunnel. We
learn that some nice ore is being
taken out of this tunnel, which is
being driven to connect by crosscuts and an upraise with the upper
workings. Mr Alexander returned
to the property early in the week.
The piping for conveying air into
the tunnels is now on the ground
and being put into position.
(icorge Proulx has gone up to
cook for the crow.
Reward.
Mining operations at this property have ceased pending the arrival of a compressor plant. The
ground has lieen cleared and the
foundations nearly constructed for
the reception of this plant It is
considered that the long tunnel
which the company is driving to
tap lhe various knoTU leads at
depth will be run at a much cheaper and quicker ra,U by this means.
Ferguson Briefs.
Dad Black has returned from
the Hot Springs feeling good,
C. M. Nesbitt left for Revelstoke
on Wednesday, lie expects to remain  there  for  the residue of the
summer,
Jim Comerford is down from tho
Triune and bus gone on a prospecting trip on the long hill.
Jim Livingston is still at the
Rambler, which property Jb looking particularly good.
Andy Daney*s new rig is the proper caper for rain or sun. There's
no truth in the rumor that Andy
keeps   the   hood   up to protect his
complexion.
A. J. Gordon and Bob Hums are
reported to have struck it rich on
Gold Gulch.
The Ryan Boys have returned
from their North Fork properties.
Returning through the tall timber
they ran up against a snag in the
form of brambles. They were followed into town by two bare.-.
Operations at the Oregon group
continue to give every satisfaction.
In the long tunnel indications go to
prove tbe close proximity of ore.
The crew eame down to-day for
further supplies.
Mrs. Glenn will be leaving in a
tew days to join her husband at
Bella Coola, where he has gone on
a land-seeking tour.
There will be a big crop of wild
berries this year.
There was an exciting football
match played here last Monday
night between scratch teams raised
about Ferguson and Trod I.ake.
At full time neither sidehf " A goal
to their credit, and tbe t.itain.s
agreed to play on until a gi_1 wns
scored. At the end of an exira
47 minutes play Ferguson bundled
the goalkeeper and ball through to
the plaudits of the scoffing multitude and everybody went home
perfectly happy.
Wc nre pleased to note '.hat
Gordy McLennan is Improving in
health. Gordy has had a spell in
the hospital with inflammatory
rheumatism.
They say love is like the measles
—all the worse when it comes late
in life. Dame Rumor, the fickle
jade, whispers that Ed. Bell is
leaving the country to get married.
Oh ! Ed., Ed., at your tender age
and in spite of repeated warnings.
Once married and the game's up.
When they're maids they're as
mild as milk ; but once make 'em
wives, and they lean their backs
against their marriage certificates
and defy you.
.. One or two pairs of shoes have
been left behind by Dad Langstaffe.
Will the owners please call for
them with the price of repairs.
MINING   RECORDS.
Assessments.
June 17. Gold Bug. Hy. Mag-
uuson,
21. Cedar Hill.    D. Mclnnes.
22. Minerva, Broken Hill, Sel-
in 1, M. Nelson.
23. Golden Shield, F. Marcus.
23     Crown   King, Golden West,
Gold Hill, F. Carlson.
24. Bridgeport, S. Cavanaugh.
24.    Manilla, P. A. Lindgren.
24.    Esther, C. I). Stanwood.
26. Little Robert, Little Robert
No 2 and Isabella, J. C. Kirkputriek.
27. Red and Blue, Gust Berg.
27. Union No. 1 and Union No.
2, 2 years, D. Morgan.
28. Constitution and Congress,
K. Sanders.
Continued on pnge •.■
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THE LARDEAU MININGiNl:u YoKK I-m': ASSURANCEIcektificatisofimprovemknts,
REVIEW.
1» I'rliiteil nl Trent l.iiki'1'lly, nml I'lilillslii-rl
ul hVi-Kiis.il. uu.l Trout Luke evel'Jl I .lilny.
I'n > K lltnr d,ws not ...,i.i. Iilmftsll re»,mn
bio for mn iipiikiiMi. ni oorttitpiindftuWox
lifensvU In lis mill,inns
All InrulH will In* olm n.iv.1 ut tiio rah-ol I',
•fills per Inn. lll-sl liist'ilhin, uml til i-i-llls |nj,
IllitJ OUOtl NUlMI-<|UUlll   UUlTtllUl.
'lVrms forI'ranalent mm) other advtrtuin_
will in. iuii.Ii> kliowu mi ii|iplii-iiili»i 111 milli
M.Hnrnniiun #2.l)n u vi'ur. In uilvuuse.
MURRAY <_, ATHERTON Publishers
Local News.
Mr. and Mrs. Toiulinson of Revelstoke visited Mr. and .Mrs. Craig
this week.
Jack Scott is Inking a trip to the
Leu is ,. (lark Fair.
Alec  Oliver is getting   ready   n
Marl tor his proporty at Gold Hill
(>n Sunday, July 2nd, service*'
nt 'he Methodist church were conducted wholly by tho children,    li
was a success, and these service,-
will be repeated every month.
Children's practice every Wednesday afternoon.
COMPANY.
For Ixvi^tmk.vt ami  I'kotkction
TIIO.-*. TAYl.OIt, Agent.
Rkvemtoke    and    Trout Lake
Lion Brewing Co*
LlrVIITED
I
ROSSLAND
B. C.
son ci'.
Knihrn mineral claim,   situate, in thu
Trout   l.nke  Mining Oivisioii of West j
Koweiii»v ili.i riet.
Where located 1 On south siile ol I.m-
ileau rivei between Rapid and Poplar
'creeks,
Take Notice that LFreiUJ. Elliott,!
iree miner's I'eililii'iiU'No. B88048, in*
•end, sixty days from the date hereof, I
o apply to the Mining Recorder for el
Ooitincate uf IiiiproveiueutB, fojt the I
titirpoEa-o| obtaining a Cmwii (.ii'iint uf
lie above claim.
And further take notice thai action,
under section H7, must be commenced
lieforo the issuance of $j_i_h Certificate
uf Improvements.
Dated tiiis 4ih dav at Julv a,d.
1006, jul 7 it-.
Masterson, Griffith
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS.
CERTIFXO -T.: ul' nil'UtvVK.MKNTS
SOTK
tli
Rambler " mineral claim, situate jn
Iroul   t ..i K -    Mining   Division  ol
Fun  8ai b:    Lots   So    and  88'
dock -17, Trout   Lake.     Apply to  tVwt'Kootenay dtaUi?.'.
Irs J. H. German, G05 University     Wheio  located:   Ou   head of  f.nki
i. Seattle. Wash. '   deel*.
.	
Take notice that  V. If. MePhewon,
'ting as agent fur.I. A, M   Aikins, free
I miner's certificate  Nd. 1>."._ vn. intend,
aw a 7       _-"*_TV _r>". m~* Is:x,v ""J'8 '""» the date  hereof,  to
ttV        B^ BJ? _""i F"^   ;'l'l'lv "'   ""' Mining  Recotder   for  a!
__»«_=-^_i —-?   Cuitiflicaie of  IniproVcihwits,  for tbe
purpose of obtaining h Crpwn (irunt Of j
Pairjt^r
Dad Langstaffe left for Enderb. j      }C> ("• O] V 1 ( ( •)]
this   week.      He   has  gone to JOIU i  *■-*
Ins son-in-law, Jim 1'a^. Tin
old gentleman has reached four
score and four years, and he tola
us before taking his departure In
felt good enough fur another 20
Dad has held down the cobbler1!
bench in town for fuiir years, am
he contemplates opening up at
Knderby.    We wish Dad all tin
good  bilk he deserve-.
it D. N Wilkie had completed ll
Burvey fur Crown grant of tin
Km bro near Rapid Cret k.
Whilst clearing the Andrew
Abmhamson addition to the town-
site this week the fire j_ot away
fnmii the nnn employed there.,
A large force of volunteers fought
the ll.uiK's fur a dav, and as tve go
tn press we learn that Ihe lire i. I
now under control.
Fred .Mummery is going to the-1
Seoiiri Crossing (Poplar) 11 work !
ou hi- property.
Tl e Ann limn bovs :n town lei
tlm t.v.urhl Unow I heir pntrHutism
tn the -tars and <x\\ ■■- is not affec-
teil by dwelling across the border,
for on the " g'orious fmn th ' they
made the hills reverberate with t u
roar and rattle of trtillery,
Ki.lit. Scott came in from Thin
\ il ley ilis week lo speud a few
days with his family.
Stanley Meiihinnii k has gone on
ii prospecting trip on Fish Creek.
A. W. Bdge and F. 1 andrian re
turned from the Mollio Meek on
Uainer creek las' Monday,
Sieve Woods has arrived home.
Ed Baillie came up mm Poplar
Wednesday.'
Rime, Blanche ai d Clara, three
daughters of F. L. Mm and. of
Poplar, pas.-id III rough tli-vi- k
nn their way to Lumby B.C,
whi'i'i* tln-y are entering thv hit ii
tchOol  ll.i'ie.
Mrs. Oeo  Johnson aid dough**
i,.i. Mr,. .,., ndiint value holidays al
Revelstoke.
• 'ashler B|iohn ol thr Imp i .
Bank I ere has gi ne ii, bdmuiiton
to spend VHcnlinn.
Mining Records.   Contlnuid
ASS  fSMI .*> I -
June 20.   Horseshoe  and Won
dei. Jna  llickey,
'_!». <i V.. IVoorfbhr . Gait, We
Two, c ii. Abercronibie.
80 Ki| issin.', Annie K .! id, |] ,,
Ho-iin.  ,-pn mie, c  M  Abereroiii
hie.
30, Ni: ),t li.iivl-, F. Treanor.
Lot 'ATli'.V.
June 18.   Thi. tie.   ... pi,| ercekj
Richard hoberls.
June 20, I'ipestiuie, Maximum
II. Smith nd K. Mi bbs.
TBAKRI l lis.
June 21. F. M Morgan to J. If.
Dimmick, all in Dimmick Krac.
tl A. McDonald to A. O. Johnson, J in Mother Lode .No. •_.
.8, lv Mi.I,l,s and ll Smith to F
Jai'i hs. Sp. I.i.ie,   „)| i„  Mi, y j
'ROUT   L\KE
I!. C
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
A'atcli-repairin;.'.   etc.     All  work
Guaranteed
IfBllow Bled, Trout Lake. B.C
'I e above claim
Atul furthei hike notice thai action,
unlet Bectiou 37, nmsf be coisinenctkl
■ re the issasues 61 such Certificate
• i Improvements.
Dated this L'2nd day Of Mav, i d. IPOfi
20- S 11. .-.M'liliil'.-.iN.
AH the Latest
Magazines ora
Sale At " The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' suppii^s fn
great* variety.
COr.TFORT-AND  WEAR
DEPEND ON FIT. ; m
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AIvEY that nearly fits a lock wont quite open it.
A shoe that nearly, but not quitev fits J foot wont
give complete comfort, nor full wear. .    .
A loose shoe chafes — a tight shoe pinches.'
An in-fitting shoe breaks where it wrinkles .and. wear;
out where it stretches.
Comfort, and economy, thetvforc demand shoes that fit
"lust right." ■     '
And fit depends upon the shape cf thc lasts, as well as en
large variety of sizes, half sizes, and widths.
There are 14 up-to-date shapes of Slater Shoes.
In each shape there are J J half sizes and 6* widths
This means 924 chances of fitting your feet perfectly.
No other Canadian shoe is made in such  Urge variety \>f
shapes, sizes and widths. — r
No other Shoes, of any kind, are carried, by the
Retailer, in such full assortment of shapes, sizes, and
widths, as " Thc Slater Shoe."
Because *\The Slater Shoe" is sold to only one
Retader in each town, who must contract to carrya
full representation, in order to secure the Agency.
When you buy " Thc Slater Shoe " you get more
than sure-value every time up to the Makers' price
stamped on each pair'.
You also get 924 chances of perfect fit against 200
chances of shoes nude in the usual limited scale of
shapes, sizes and widths.
This is only one of a dozen reasons ^hy three times
as many pairs of Slater Shoes are sold, as of any other
single make ia Canada, at$4.00or $5.00.
General
erchants,
Troiit Lake
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Dentistry.
Dtl. Mil I iiy i « l»
rni   •  ti v, .«.<,„ _.-   .ii,..
•    iv.-.!',, lit, t.|i»|.|.irlul
IsV A jirdiii. Block
'     Oil*.  I  win   III.      I   ,
iimj i.-li .mi Hr-l-
,'...•'■.. 1 li, it*.     ;    •
A. Milloy
ii   lhe   ii'iiil-   f .i   you h<   jjj
tn Buy Lot".    Ne\  r \m re
tjw rmsn*»ets nf Kfrgnsnn
•Vl brii'ht.
NOW
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f
mark, and   the
Makers'   price
w    stamped on the
l. '■■*;_iv.
[The-
GOODYEAR
PROCESS
ater Shoe
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
C I Iniiteil Itmiiils of   Hum, Bacon
mid I „_-,
NELSON,       -        -       E». C.
.Smith & 6o.
45 Ufcjiy Street. MONTREAL,
HIGH-CLASS rAIL0R8.
The Town nf KEBGP80N
• ill li«* one of tbi* (irmti'M
Urn Producing Cbnpt in iln*
U'nrlil. Th.* high ,b(*ri.p , f
shccmi srhievod by th*.
numerons WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL BRITISH end
AMERICAN Ml MM;
COMPANIES now operating
fhiTu in a Mibu'i' rn lhe
tifiin ml.ni- w ,„H, ,,f t(„. i,j||.
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FERGUSON
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11 I.I   i <■ represented in iIm- l.»r
ilesn    nt    reu'iilnr    lutervsls
mghi nl tin- year,   iIrders
for rfot'dni/ «il re.*.ivo i lose a'ientii n.
11    i.-i *•. himi <•«iii in- in ritou i
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We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
Public Srh Mil, Hospital, mul
otler iiihliliilii.il*..     Exi'i'i'lfiii
U'tttiTwiiikH systrtn,  Stroela,
Stums   nnd   Ki-siilincis  illu-
lllllied   by   Kleetiuity.     f lHily
mail  i,i rvici>     The  towaslto
in admirably laid nut     Gel i/,
NOW mi tbi. ground lino*.
I.<iIm can   now   i»i-   |nircliitHed
mon
Lands and Works.
Sole Loral Agents
M.cKmnon & Sutherland,Ferguson !»S5S3'S
*-' when* iiiii<_ nn- wi wilii, i.i, , mpii-d, inw-il >n-
CANCELLATION   OF RESERVE.
Si -ll  i: i- in rebjr . m » ihnl tlm i- ■
'   ilill Im'I in purntianre >^ the imivl'
•'" mil Mil "i ..in,,,i,i., .,„,| \e,._,, ,,, |..,| .,.,,
"ni •' '«■ iri ei-, " i nllmi/ii ..i.r.-ii tn re nl,
lm.il In llir lirlilnli lYil.mMn llnwtti' ind
■ii'-.in.i Uh.v, IKSii, mul Mn Jnoo im». i, .,»■,-
II   ' 'I. lire  l„-l, 111  I',!  „rll,.|.
t'niwii   ninU Rliuritvil iritnlii Ih i em
■i'.- il In ilu- *il I i-.'scrv ill ni ll ill lie ii|».|mii
In ■ I-. -. n/|.iriini. . ■•, ,. ,,,,,| ,,11,,., ,||.|. ,„||j,,,
muter Ilii' n m >-i„,,. ,,r in. • I.n,it \, r -
i i • ,n.,ff*i* nrr,rii„.,r.,f,.„-,,-,,. nniiiniii
$75 » :
g TOWNSITK AQhNT
| HENKY FLOYD
1 RRVEI^TOKfc, B. c.
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Clt'lllhie. ,il    in (..ill
Crout Xahc
Ida tor
Supply (Bo.
Xt6.
Iiy iih'iij. Water sappllcd hy this
(jg)  Company yon aro ussured of nbso*
■■ piiiiiy.   Uovernmeni Analvufs
o
to back
iip -tni
eiiionti
Htigh McPherson - - Ssipt.
""■nn. iiipiint'it hv lie <;<>i, rnmcnl, mil
nn - >"i>M,,i„.i,n.k i.iuikI, hi nn ii pnrvn .,i
Mir I.' iliimii.-i nr,,I wml.m iimiiriiv i iiin-
niii.'.i - I,I,,,■!<». |n Nr Himiiv nr In |,iiil n nil
In -c "ii lilnelte, Ifien tht |H-r-*Mi« #., urn ,irin_
JIIOll    land-   llllllll   nil IlllfO   Iln   I   III',    lli.irli,
fi-inn flic Itnllu'ii.vlVhiipen**, wholsiveiyiigeil
te deal wilh  »nnh intrrlinjwni, pre einiiUini,
ll-H.il'*, OUl,, III! Mm- "innrf, Tin-nml linellllull*.
njithi tiovernmeni mmlil nnri>i ilia imivl.
Hlrni* (irilie ■• l.iiii.l |pt,"expepl  In  iv.|in-l In
llmirer Itti.ds 'rn tl,ni nminny'iiblnoim, wnir-ii
niinii bp «iitijeel in iii,. i','/iii„ii,,„N K.in-ii le
I in - i'imi|u,,iv roliillvi' |.i tin-, nil Inn el Ml b»l
nn He. Uiiainhls not Wnti rn llnllw iy l.iiinl
'.eii.i
\v. n. liniti:
Dopilly Commlnloiiprol I .nml. a Worki
l.iin.N uml M'iii|<s |
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XLhc tootel J6eaton
BliAI'ON. B.C.
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i-nof,s irrfvlM nl Beaton .th*tftreelioMof ths fjinfemi)
VIS   Uroe-I.i'ii.1, will Uml I bin ll-il/l |„ |„. f„||v ,.,,„,,,,, „|
for liiKh.fl,.H_ imde.   Kieplfouti intnodatlnu,    A well
smiofiilwl snd snsc|ou» iflnlnr* hall.    The besi of u - Hnbiu
_!lr „mrv- ./"^"•"'""l-'yiHin,, h ||ron I., the reqnlremerit* t.f
potrons \ liHon to ths I erdesn osn relv on comfort si this hotel.
 Illll'lll,
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Vlalorlo, I J'...' ii Kii.ii.ii). iiKB.      I.U1
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop,.
■   lOMtHrMfraw, ae«oofi_i. i. •  ■-«
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FERGUSON HOTEL
Tlie noted home for travellers rlsltlns
Ferguson, B.O.
A well itocked Bar of the eholeest Liqours, Wines, ete.
McDonnell &  Blaok
Proprietors.
Legal Notices.
NllTIC'K   in   DKI.INlil KNT CO-OWNEHH
I'iiii ip Kixc and J.  W, Sunn or to
nhoinsoevcr   ihe,   Hn-y   may   hsve
i.n  furred    thcii    Interest    in  the
nplii Leaf " mineral claim, situated
NOTIi K  TO CO-OWNERS.
l" ", K. Davey, or to nny person or
persons to whnin be ma) have trims-
[erred
I liin Interests.
Take Sotlce,   I   the undersigned co-
owner with vim in the C i'n and Davey
mineral claims lituale about four miles
above    Ferguson    on    South     Fork
n the soiflh east *ld ' Poplar croak   __e_^    ■•■    ""'   T"",(    *-*•<*   mining
mid about two nnd a half mllesfrom  '''vision of Weal   kcotenay district tnd
I|,u i nli of iln- crrok, in Ihe Trou    ("wince of British Co umbia hare done
l.,i,' Mining  Division of West Root- .J'9 l;""1"'''1  »ork on theabove- n
B|)a, i ii'.neii mineral claims i"i the yean 1903
.     '   ' ,   ,  ,, „ ,;,.,   ,  ,i   ,  i    , ,,       and 190-1 in ortler to hold the'rami -
^   ii nre hereliy notified  tint   , Ail en   ,i .; _o_,.*,i     , ;       , , •,
,, Uel  191*11011 -I "I Ihe   In   le n   in-  , Ulli   1'
I, Johnston   co o« ne  will, you In the  „«,,,,_ ,u,,UnF „f „li(1 ,„„„.,. , ,al| '
' M"l* /V'     ,"";,,r"1 °}Tl      "",'  ref,IM  "'  '■""<"'  v'.u,   portion ..f
'    ;   '"'   ''•»«   Informed   abor and  nucb expendilure for work done, togetb-
'! "!l ',l';l:,,!".'l'' '!:,' T    B.w«"'0 Urwltli thecosl of this advertiaoment,
' '   «*•' I1'1:1.',,""".'  '"'j .'""   '  interest in theaaid mineral claimi
uB.oiiB sfsection-M of the Mineral Art,   w-ji| becouio  the  property ol  the sub-
ler   ..   "old said claim, nnd the  _cribed under section  4 of the Mineral
rsr for wliicli raid la tor was |ierforii ihI |  .,, Am |,ne„tActof   WOO.   Dated st
ml expenditure  msde having oxi<ir«Ml. • Troul Lake this 24th day of March '08
11 ilo hereliy give you notice to contribute ,.  n i \ i.-v
""f proimrtlon pi such  exi lit are,  _, yo6 ' ',-,;.„;
...I yon an- further notiBed that il al                                                  oowner
h< expiration nf DO days of publication 	
 ' >ou  '■"' <"'."•'"►'■ < "" '' CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
mn  proportion ..f lhe expenditure so
nailt*. together  wlcli all costs of adver rmo
i,-in., i,,ni  interesti in the said claim MM It I-..
'       become vested in me under and Silver Chief No 2 Mineral Claim tltuate
lueol  provisioni ol  Section *t of in the Tronl Uke Minins Division of
I     "    .ci   amended Act 1900 West Knotcnay District   Where locsted:
_t Poplar Cieek.n.r., Dec.31,'04 On Gol.l Unlch, a  tributary of Gainer
UITIIUBG.JOIISSTOS.C wne,   'T.ke Notice that   I. Fred C. Elliott,
i M C   >i   B8R042,  acting ns agent for
l'"h. r( I'  Voung, F.M.C.  No   U88 hi.
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
It psy« tn use the Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often bo raved. Officer,
nt Fergnson: Cummins' Store; Trent
Lake, Post Office; also at Beaton, Comaplix nnd Arrowhead.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO. 1 ROOMS.
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Balmoral Hotel.
"    W^
Visitors  lo  Ferguson  may  rely ii|>on  the verv 1,,'Ht of
accommodation nt thi» well-known hotel    Rooms nre
well furiilnhod throughout.    The  Bar in stocked with
u choice assortment of palatable quenchers,
Under the Management of S. Slinger
&
All kinds of New Records.
Sclc Agent for Ihe -rdeau:
J. C. Murray
, ii i i il i   i.e.
N i| |< i:  I  i I'I.I.in' .UKNTOO
ri" I'  It    Mi I. i i .ii  or tn ri linmsnevi r
lie ma; have transferred Irs Interest
ill  lhe I n bra Ii   ll   In' e'.i i   .
il I  life   nn ler
ll   \. II  in  ll e  I'mln,, nun-
i r.il i i. to on boiiiIi side ol I ai -
It'lUI     I       r
sixty   days    from    the   Hale
i : ly to the Mining Recorder
I ir n Certificate of Improvements for
i • ■ -• "i "hininini.' a Crown -rr:int
"i lhe nl" ' .■ i laim
And farther take notice that sctioi
nnder section .17 must be commenced
i.f..re the issuance "f inch Ci rtiflcalc
oflraprovements.
a.i>. 1905,
The BEST Always!
in fine shoes !
minim; shoes i
SHOE -ACK8I
RUBBERS and
OVERSHOESI
GERMAN SOCK8I
i*. winit  um will n\ if you do yoar buying
with u*.  rta don'l forget, when mating uny-
thlug in tbe v\.i> ui in.iiHfiir in call on us, or
drop u lino.
Royal   Hotel
I   Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
|  Bulletin  Board, World'.
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, - PROP.
Dominion Hotel
First-Class In every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
& Nulsflii • Props.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
IIYTIIIVU   NKW   AMi    KIIWT-0LA.8M   IN   Al-I.   KKst
Fire  Proof Safe
The hoiiKC In utoolted with   ..,.  .*** Wines an I Pl.ir, n   the >_ .r_._.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
l- Under tbe mum Manafsmeut.
Dated thin lt'th dav Jut
between Ka|ii<<  nnd Po|ilur  ■„_ 23-05
i • ui i uke ii i .it e division '
uf V   I      rosy, hsve nerforn ed the ne*
 nri in i k    ,1 made the necessary curl .■    nbnve-mi nl iom '
rnder si  i Ion '.'■>
| V        ,1   i.i.  mei  ihe  rears for
laill nerk was per'er Mul a lid I ■
lure made haviiij-expired, I here    D/___|_nH
■   f niti in "i> Kossiana,
ays from the first  i       cation
■it fail or refuse la contribute vow i
I1"' the   costs nl thii ml vert ■» J?"    Xte\r>trt-cr\rt   J_    rif\
i.i in __. r ^i VjHoun ex uu.
F. N. Newton
MINING BROKER
lit
Iwill become the properly of the under
M_m-il iin.ni  am by virtuo ol section
of    the  II liters I   Act   _ iie'tel mi lit   Acl
1900,
I'at.-il nt Trout Lake this 6th dsyol
iJuiy. l!"1' I'lisn ('. Kluott,
July 7. 05 Co-OS nor
iVholeimlo dealers in  Wines,  l.i|iinr.*
i el L'igi rs.   Agents for Pabst Bear
NELSON. B, C.
Lardeau
Hotel
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SnS
ftl
Sandy Laughtort
Proprlstof,
Wj IIKN visiiing Ferguson you
hhuiild ."tiiy at tin* Laideau
j    Hotel.    Here  the   visitor
MM"     will   I1'   miiiihii ih d   "ill"
tSH[& j    ln-iii*- comforts.    Km el lent
I    cuiMiie,    well   ventilated
1111(1       » III 111       I'OUUlH,      Will
•locked bar, and evirythlng which
tei d- townrds making yonr ti-it a
plea.nut ;nnl   ineinmiible  0116.
Rates from $1 day upwards.
We strive hi please mir |fttrin:i
FERGUSON.
m royal ne nn
Nelson, O. C.
R      ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail orders carefully end  promptly
iltendf 1 to.   Agent far Muter uml Ket*
I let,,ii Shoes.
TIME   TABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S. LARUliAU.
Itiinnin^ lietween Arrowhead, Ilea-
Ion and Comaplix, OOBUnenolog October Hth, IHn.'l, will sail aa fnlluwf.
wL-ailu r permlulng.
leaving Arruwhead for Beaton and
DOsplIX, twice dally—'10k nml .'>k.
Leaving Beaton ami Cooapiix for
Arrowhead, twtoe Uu i 1 > — 7:lak  and
I2;4.1k.      Making    clime    connect Ions
.villi all C. I*. It. Steamers and trainu.
The   owner*  reserve   the   ri(*li*.   to
change limes  of   khhh. -    without
■iiitice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
Vi^ONO'%    "A. •    TH«,N
E. R. VIPOND
TrouL Loke Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
John Simpson,      Proprietor,
mmmmmmmwfw^
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MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
We have all the Latest in
«_
We can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FERGUSON^^^
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ECITi
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^MHKIIK   liuve    lieen    fnrtunes
1       iiiinle   Iiy judicious  invent-
*      iiu'iil   in   IvphI  l'lstnt**, mul
more rormnw will hi* made than
ever tlie  next two or three year*.
The one who renin* the harvest ia
tin- origiiiitl Investor, for Im hu_
iii- iiiniiey on n certainty.
Now let us point nut to you thnt
there Is no better spot nn the Con*
tin nt to huv Real Kstate than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake is the prettiest hj.i»i
in  the   Kootenays; um a pleasure
io. nt it  has nu ei'iuil.     Boating
nn 1 Railing may he Indulged in
I'm year  round) while bin game
in abundance is to tho round on
thu   hills.      Its  climate is superb,
thore   In ing  no great extremes, it
being mild   in winter und cool in
summer.     It run boast of inuie <>f
tha fiiii'-t hotels  nml r» sideuees in
Urltish Columbia,   Its ■tr*»*els nre
well laid out antlgradid.   There
nr,*  two exoellent genera] stores,
and :i glance at the ndvri tisi'ineiils
in this journal will ihow thnt nil
1 null's are fuirly .veil ri'|iieseiiliil.
Write with confltlencfl to Agents.
•T 1ms never hud n   • boom "•   its
1    growth has been steady.    It is
the   head   of   navigation,   and
tho terminal cf the Lardo biaurh
Of the C.P.B.     All roais (in the
l.iiiileiui)   lead to Trout Lake.    It
is   the  commercial  centre  of the
rieln'Ht   mineral   district  on   tli,
runt incut. uiul has banki'  , iucili-
ties  provided   by   the  imperial
Hank of Canada ; first-class school
iiccDiiiniinla'ioii   tiutler  the direction of s Shannon, It.A.; n good
water lyatem ; uovernmeni offioea ;
County Court  sittings; Methodist
Episcopal  fti'd AiiRlk'iin churches
and cottage hoipital,
There are valuable ranch lands
on the outskirts awaiting settlers.
Its lumber resources are magnifi
cent, and a   band MW mill   with a
capacity of tltl.OOO ft. per dav >s at
I'i'   1 iml uf the lake.    The mines
tributary are proving out bigger
I inducers  every   yt.ir,  with   new
prospect! opening up uch bodfta of
ore,
There will  be a big rush this
summer,  so  if you   would   know
more',  write   nt   once to  eilhei of
the agents nt the addressee below.
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Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.   ::  ::
Then call on
or   write  to
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H. McPberson
AgenL
Trout Lake, B.C.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
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iting ••:       ery description will be fe i I aU-ne Review oob Dept,
City   Drug    Store
A fuH line   of Choice stationery
Just Received
LAKEV1EW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAR WELL BD1TIJKD WITH
Liquors and Eigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
Excellent Cuisine.
Madden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
Till'.   PJONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack aud_(.arfnf.e Horses Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
MIIMM
Daily ?tn_e leaves  Keaton nt 12 o'clock for Trout l.nke Ferguson ami Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Beaton nt 7 a.in.
Branch Stables nt Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson an.l Camborne
LEGAL
FR El) c. ELLIOT 1.
UAKlilS'mi.NOTAKY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Luke, 1!. C.      ami Ferguson
tii'ii. 8, Mrl'iirtiT. J    •*•• llnrviy
.A. M.   I'lnkliniri.
HARVEY HcGARTER K PINKHHAM
BOLICITOR8, Btc.
REVELSTOKE    B. C
riollcltora Mr Imperial I'miK ofCanada
W.I. BBIGGB
J. M. BCOTT, ii. n.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers ami Solicitors
Siilieitms for Molson's Bunk.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
 ft--*_t.?_wi_,' ---«a_**' __•
_ "*••_»_ pc \-&a -^%j
LimUorJ.
Hr ad Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorised, $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] - 3.000.0OO
Rest    -        -       *     3,000,000
P.i-.uu-lies in the Northwest Territories, Provinces of British Colombia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Qneliec.
a*"*
.    %J.
i irnpml Mime.   Knll Line
mined Quods,     I rum
In Benson.   In. iwsnrtment
ol *'mii ;ern' supplies.
I"'..' o of the Rig Bend Telephone Oo
FERGUSON
T. H  MERRITT, President.
K. HAY, Assistant lien. Manager.
D. R. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. and Cien. Man.
,V. MOFFAT, Chief Inspect ii
Trout     Lukf,    B.    C. tlr«nch -A    tljnctal    l!anl>ln_    Putlmsa    Transacted.
Savings Opartment—Deposits received and Interest allowed.
Drafts «n!.i available n all parts nf Canada,
Untied sinii - and Europe.
.-'i !>.-•;.i lU'.'iit.'rii given to oollcctloni nnd
Mh i.ik li. nds.
T. B. BAKU.,
Hanager
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS,
NOTICE.
Zoolilaand Bvronodalemineral Halms,«ll
lint.- in the 'i'i.>ui i.uio' Minim Division ol
\\ .-i Kootenn. dlnlrl i
w 'In ie Imi-hii I . Noutliof Lardo River and
Bud of and adjoining tbo Urcater Sew Tort
mineral ,-lulni.
Tnko nolle* thai I, Fred Joeubs, agent r.>r
A. P. Johnson, "res miner"*, certlnonti No.
It-.il TJ. Intend, »i\:y day*.from the date l» re-
ol i ipply to the Mining Heeorder tor a Cer-
tlHratenl Improvements, tor Ibe pnrpuac of
obta nlng a Crown Umnt of lbe»b*jve claim
And further take notice tbatacl .under
rectlon ST, must be commenced i.i tlie la-
s .iini-i-o,' -ii.-n pertinent* nf Improvement*
Dated Uila i .in day ol June, a P.. 1MB,
Jim 10 FRI D JACOBS.
CERTIFICATE OF   IMPROVEMENT*
NOTICE.
Morning sod Rvenlng mlneiwl claims, alt-
nuie in in.   ireni l.iiki- Mining Dlvisl .f
M ■ -i Ku Hi nay district,
Wbere boated i On uutb side nf Lardo
1 in : i.n. W-,.".,' In ii ml I'li.t of in,-1.,\n. 11 tin -
era! i-luim.
i.i lice that I, P. L Huffman, agent for
It. I. Miu . in. free mlueCi certificate N...
I -?'!-,. li i. ii i. -nn day*, from tbe .i.e. ber -
of, to apply to the Mining Heeorder tor s cer*
tlflcnte o   Improvement* tor tin- pui
obtaining a Crown Uranl ol the above claim.
And farther take Rotla ibal setbiu, under
section87. mual i*- pommeneed betoi tin-i^
-.tun,-.- nf -nrii iiTtli.ii.i- .-f Impmveim nts.
I'l.'el tin. Iii lldu) <>f June. A p    Ml
nn U ]■. I..   ill'KKMAN.
it   C/%    School supplies, Proprietary Medicines
ALwV)   TOILET APTICLES, ETC.    PRESCRIPTION   WORK
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters for Mini and Cuiiercial Mei.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE:    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,    PROPRIETCR
i.mt,     ...     -      Auditor.   ;
j.o. mubbay,     .Starke? & £o.
The B. C. ASSAY and TH :/1!CAL
SUPPLY (',., Ltd.
Vahooctsb, B. ('.
NOTICE.
Whistler.    Vancouver,   nnrl   Imperial
Limited, mineral claims situate in the
Trout Lake Mining Division ol Weal
Kootenay district.
Where I tied:—OnGeiner Creek.
Take notice that I, .1. /.. Hall, free
miner's certificate No, B71531, inteiul
sixty days alter date hereof, toapply to
ihe Mining Recorder lor Certificates ol
in foments for iln* pnrpose of obtain*
in.' ■- wn L'l'ints r,( the above claims.
And fori her take notice that actioi
nnder section '■'.'! must  be commenced
before the issuance ol such certificaio of
Improvements.    Dated this 27th dav of
April. A. I)., 1006
May.6'(« j. /.. HALL.
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   1. O.O.K
NO. -tl
_ |St_V*_ _- Regolarmeetlngaheldln
• V^1*JE Oddfellow. Mull over*
lajf.   *"■ -■ _<k_>      rueadaj nlgbl al   -
TO_-^£ .&>     "Vl"' >;      Vlr.iti.l_   I„ ,11,.
-• «r "  --^    era cordially weleome.
i. H.Hrntt, W.O Fred Maramery, RAF.Hec
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No39.
a p. a a.m,
•'inl  Tlinradaj  each
DlOlit lv.
Viaitori Weloomu
U Tunl.Iriii. Sit.   II. MrPherson, \\ \\.
<i ^4---,** ^« »^«»«4 ^ , >^^ + . **-, *
j E. Ju. _—____,        |
] MASTERSON i
General Merchant
TBOOT LAKE, B. C.
Outside c psnys'  Interests carefully [!f»d9aartare tor Assayers, Mining and
looked after. '    WHOLE8ALE DEALERS Jn 6aMer, Mill Snpplies.    Bole sgenls in B. C. for
Atont for IlelnUman's Pianos | _.     nl „    , .    ,,    ., M-riliin rrncil.le Co.    i:«lt.r-.ii. i:.,B-
.'Eggs,   Cheeje,   rroduce   and   rrolt. land; F. W. Rrsun & Co.'s Patent Cary
,, di    i   J.. ■    o. .- i       ,. .. Furnaces, Bnrners, ste. i   Wm   Ains*
Houston Bk.,Joss«Jins8«^elson. B.C. |worth A Co.. Fine Balsnces. etc.. etc.
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Hotel,
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a  Home
Tor   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent —
EASY TERMS.
E.
MOBBS   PROP
Hotel
and
Cenera! Store
GERRARD        .       -      B  C
.
© K
i.
JSatrber Shop
V. Al  Westfall & Co.
Mining lirnkers,
MinliiK Propcrtles Reporled On. | ...
Mln.MnndPnwpcrti Bought anttHoM, Ku^ib  ..•-.••..••.:.-.••'.  -:  •:    .-  :--.-••■.••:■•:    :•■:■  .    .,  .    ;. ,:. sitM
M j.. in_ i*i .j-. rili i Looked Alter tor Noo-ltesi-
dents.
i.uiii' nu si.,opn.
Itecnnllng Office
Trout Luke. B. C.
* lAssasmfl =
:;Packinq and   Ferguson pflckin^
w-» •      a and
Freight.ng
I  A
(inlil or Silver fl 50
Oold ami Silver ri 00
Sllvi i and Lead  2 50
Copper  . ..   1 00
Zinr  *) .".'i
5   SHANNON,  '.ssnycr
FKRQl'SON II. C
Transfer   Outfit.
Coatracls entered into fur packing of Mining Rnpplles, etc.
lo any point in tlie district.
Good, promptsarrice, ami nny work undertaken (ttiarantc.-il
satisfactory.
_
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop.
SURVEYORS
O.B. N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
IVovincial I.ami Surveyor,
Mineral Claim* Sarvejred
anJ Crown Omtl Obtained
Kl-«lilinr.     N.\l K, ,-..,,I n|llr.'.
innit Lake, li 0,
A. R. HEYLAND,
rROVI.MIAI. I ANT) ailtVKYnK
iii:i -ral CliiiniH Surveyed
POPLAR, KASLO.
W. H. Jones,
Loose     l»-nl     Itiiiili-rs,     Finr    Jol
IV ntiiijf.
NKLSON, B. C.
 Kill.  A	
<Joo<l Shave or Hair Cut
 I All. t>.\
jj
! William Schnellj
(Jj KKItl.l'SUN unit Tllnt'l' l.AKK.   fl
Hot and Cold Baths       i
. *. .-
Miners*
Supplies
POPLAR   -   -   B.C. z
rjrnest Harrcp
Lumber
Sash     Doors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash
Poplar Creek.
IP  you   .....iioSELL
yon ,v._! to ItUY
Coi  i' ."iii'l u itlithe
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
New Potatoes
Firm well-matured Oregon Stock
4c.
Wo have si ri ral < lood Properties lintt'il mi » hiili good ti-nn
run In- had.
Lardeau Mines Exchange*,
" I" ricw " Ouildlng.
Troul l.nkr', H.t''.
I
A. G. FRASER'S Store *^"«~»*
b.V,.
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOM
CA5U   pricf:.s   paid
P.Burns &Co
WHOLESALE   ami   BETAH
Meat I
Merchants
Dealers In .ill kinds of Freal' Mr>'|
rROUT LAKE, H.( ■
b Nelson
Brewing Co.
Brrwcrs of
Fine   Lager   Beer
and Porter
R.Reisterer(S_Co.    -   ProP5
WOOD    VALLANCE     HARD
WARE CO   LTD
Iltirdware, Miliars' Bupplles, VA*
ami Itaiiges.
NBLISON   a  c

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