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TROUT LAKH CITY,  B.C., AUG. 18, 1905.
No. 41.
ar Weekly Developing
Report. Mammoth.
01
INTEREST    TO    THOSE
|l' \ rCHING THE PR0GRE8S
IK   THE   LARDEAU.    SFV
|RAL    NEW    PROPERTIES
AKING BHIPMENT8.
CAR OF ORE COMING DOWN.
NEW BTRIEE ON THK SIRDAR IS A GOOD THING,
I TO 12 INf'llKS OF CLEAN
ORE.
\v oi men  are working on
i lid Gold  property.   The ore
p. Im- been tapp il in tbo lower
11    ni n  vertical  depth ol
\11  this property  net ds to
■ i' :i shipper is transportatii n
.   Magnuson came in Monday
the     immit,  when- he  has
.1--. Be wont on proper*
i by Rossland p ople,
I    Ward, - f th    IX I.. Min-
i        .   in.-  up .-ii   Mm day'
I
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ie   work oi drivin    1!
lo.
tunnel   on    the   propertv
OWl
by  hi-  company  will   be
st*
. si once,
ill     !...■.     :-    working  on   th«'
Br
iin/.i   in   the   Hoskin't
bur
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lie Silv.-i Cup show ings are im-
pr
lln   urnk   prog
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upraiai   will   be
ilt.lii n  the next  three weeks.   A
jni| rehensivc   plan   oi   develop*
ent has b • 11 planned which will
I witl   1 full forci ol
tho connection is modi
': I 1 • 1 workii   -
'   I'i].1 r intends  making s
■ nt   from  the  Alice  N 1   2
cl   ni  - -  and galena
-   running   ii"in   $24.09   to
M24.0O, principally gold havo been
ihtained.   An averogi  taken from
already   acked gives 1168.00
pn    gold   anil   20   01.   silver.    The
iropertv is -iun.ti il on  the  Alioe
kill, adfoining the Cromwell.
Fred Muniwi ry md A  W. Edge
Edward Baillie, general manager of the Edward Baillie Mining
Co., Limited, operating the Mammoth group on i- lata creek, came in
on Monday night from the pro-
pi rty, Ih expressed himself to
the Review as beir.g highly pleased
with the development of the claims,
A car of high-grade ore in being
brought out.
The No 1 Crescent tunnel is now
in 150 feet and   looks better than
> vi 1     The f ice of the tunnel has a
1 depth of ii.") feet, and i.i
in 12 imlir - of clean ore.
The 1 ew bI i ike on the Sirdar,
one of the group, is looking fine.
Tho vein bas been proved for .'UK)
feet. The paystreak runs from
■1 t . \2 inches of clean ore. A
lunm I has been b arted on the
vein and the ore Backed.
Tin r are at present nine men
."il under the direction of
Foreman Max McCollum. Preparation! are being made so as to
allow the work to goon throughout
the winter.
Rev. Mr. Boott has beep confined
to the house for ovi r a week suffer*
ing^rom a sprained shoulder.
Prospects j Exhibit at
Are Good. Nelson Fair.
G.    O.     BUCHANAN     VISITS TROUT   LAKE   MIST   SHOW
Great Northern  {Ferguson Briefs.
THE DISTRICT AND WAS
HIGHLY PLEASED WITH
PROGRE88. 8PEAKS OF
INCREASE OF TARIFF.
THK OUTSIDE WOULD WE
CAN HOLD OUR OWN IX
GROWING AND EXHIBITING  K<)(»T CROPS.
G. O. Buchanan, inspector under The directorate of   the  Neleon
the" Lead Bounties Act,"visited us Pair have have divided the  Koot*
thisweek.    Mr. Buchunan wob on enayfl   j,lto districts for tin- pur
his regular trip of ii mection, and| ,.,,,-, ,pcting for prizes along
visited the Ferguson Mines,Triune the fruit and vegetable line.     Mr.
11,1,1 Luckv Bo>' G. 0. Buchanan, who is one of the
In an interview with the Review directorate, ami nn  old  time resi-
Mr.   Buchanan  expressed   himself
expn
lent of Kaslo, thinks that hi.s part
as wdl pleased with the amount of 10f tho country can  beat the world
development going on.     Men who in fruits, but ore short in the vege*
«•<■*• owners of g I claims, he said, table end.      li.-.  however.   Bavs,
ar<   beginning to  realise that tl what he has seen  intheway
days of wild-catting are o er, and J „f roots, Trout Lake can discount
are getting in and developing All
over the couutry th.' same thing
prevails. There was lots of capital,
provided there wn- something to
show the investor, and the claim
owners by demonstrating their
own faith us will as showing Up
ore bodies, were working along the
right line.
In speaking of the increase ol
the tariff to -'10 per cent rn, manufactures of  lead,   Mr.   Buchanan
anything bi has run across. He
suggests, then fore, that we throw
our lot iii with Kaslo, and semi a
selection of spuds, turnips, carrot-.
. tc, The ill.-a is a good "m-. and
tho !.'.-■. ii w will do all it can to
;        [ the pro
A r. p ■ ive  of  this  paper
visiti I the rancl es of W. Adams
and Adams Brothers one day this
week, and was greatly surprised at
the appearance oi tin-ir root crops.
.1. A. Griffith left lor the south
lost Saturday on a business trip.
Charlie Copp came down from
the I'riuiie this week for u short
holiday.       «
Siiiv. vor Wilkie returned Friday
from running the lines <m the
Fidelity group.
Ki
Mr.   C-."k.  of   Kaslo. con*
■re wi rkint the Bampson adjoin* ducted the services on the Anglican
the 'l riune,
church Sunday last.
'I he Baltimore group Is improv-
l    ;with  every shot     Superinten-
:.;   Waller confidently   expects
.-I ike a bi dy ol shipping ore be-
Boi    '..it.■■ much further.
'11 e work of Installing lhe com-
Bj.i'.--sor plant nt tbe Pi;/ Tunnel ie
■ I'-iiii; pii-lnd rapidly. A full for©
I ' : will be put on immediately
I'      installation is complete.
. w tiers  oi  the Noble Five,
lim on w hirli a i ich discovery
t.i.- .i \'.i .1. ago, nre not los-
. time about getting down
ni si     A trail has been b lilt
■ ■    - ting  >\ ith  the 8-Mile trail,
n il  the  work  of  getting oul ore
- ted.
Jack Atkinso      • :
n | ave  taken n lease on
thi   Black Warrior    up on Moc*
creek,     i hev   a'ViTairi iii)
-   I.in -  - ii    ol  which  there is a
■ -. sidi rnble quantity in ■ ight.
The Ti mn i hipped n <n r of ore
thii rn k. Between 16 and 20
men on employed al or.'sent.
Mali -       i ithieson, Ole Peter
"i'i  .1.   Livingston  nre plug*
iway on the < 'oppor Chief.   A
ood quantity oi ore ir- suckod, and
will he shipped in b fow .lays.
Packer Vipond starts thin week
to i.i ing dow ii ore from  the I.X.L,
1 ' w under lease.
A  pack  train with supplies lefl
'"'• the  l x.i.   (Milloy) Thursday
11101 i- i
•hi the O.K. some very nice ore
' hi ing - ncountered In the drift,
btipt, linty has charge oi operation*
thought it would have the effect ol Nelson Fair begins September 20th,
stimulating  the   minini; of   that and unless we are greatly mistaken,
metal, and taken  in conjunction the above mentioned rancheawill
with the bounty, which has Btill havt    lome    excellent
three years to run, would put. th.- ready hy then,
lead industry of B.C in good shape. __.
specimens
Walter  Phelan came   up from
the foot  nf the  lake on Monday
Mr. s Shannon will re-cnmmence
development at   the Bchool-house
,, ,,   , ..    on tbe 21 it    He has in the .-'roup
11" informed the Hi'vii.w . .     ^______________   ____■
.!i ii'*.in*>-|iiii|.<it-, ti.ei. was turning out well. A trst i.- being linde.
and if satisfactory, a car ol ore
will be taken out at once for
shipment
- •■:.' thing '.'.I'.' I'i difierent li ad
of diffi n I -i. a It is s oertalnty
that with judicious work on the
part of Mr. Shannon the result
will be a big factor io the future
success "1 Trout Lake.
Mines, Ltd.
IMPORTANT MEETING AT
NKI.son. NEW DIRECTORATE FORMED. TEN MORE
BTAMPS FOR THK MILL AT
CAMBORNE
A very important meeting of the
Great Northern Mines, Ltd., wai
held nt Nils.in .ni the 8th mst
The secretary, Robt, Hodge, pre-
si nted a Btatemenl sin.win. receipt
and expenditures as well as the
present financial  conditii f the
company, which reports were
adopted.
The report of A. H. Gracey on
the Oyster-Criterion was received.
He Bpoke well of the property and
advised the installation of an additional 10 stumps. His recom-
meudatii n  was  adopt' •!  an.l the
• nil  i"- mode at once.
mi. ling in xt in-i ii.--!-d ways
and means ti an holders present
iv, resented H 1,0* 0 shares. Of
tbi -■• (180,0 IU ..ie promoters'
shares, repn .-. ntiiig the n ish put
into to ■ company dj W F, Cochran   .     IV.     ii.     l'oo .    F.    \V    liodi-ill
and J .1. . oiin^.. and th.-ir profits
on promotion in k iew of the pre*
sent financial DoMiioii of the company they volunteered to return to
the treasury all the f.hare<<— about
280,000- which thev had received
O. V. Hrandin, M.E , who was
connected with the Sydney Iron
Works, of Sydney, C.B., came in
with Aid. Foote, of Revelstoke.
Iliii purpose here is to thoroughly
examine and reporton the Surprise
group of claims on Surprise creek.
So iar the result of his examinations ore not known, hut owing to
the fact that be has already ex*
pi ndt -1 nearly two \u-'-k- time on
the property, the impression is
that he i- finding something of
value.
Robt. Kirkpatriok and I.unco
Hillman are doing assessment on
the Little Robert group.
Kil. Hillman and Jim Graham
are doing assessment work on the
I.X.L. and Elsmere up the North
North Fork.
A. J. Gordon, who has been plug-
ging away on the hills Bince the
spring, was down at the Lake during the wr- k.
Contractor Sam Sutherland left
Wednesday tor Spences Bridge to
look after his four-mile railroad
contract.
Jim Haley, an old-timer, arrived
in town a few days ago.
Andy Garrett has heen confined
ai promoters'  profit,  and allow it |        ,   - w.iuucu
to be sold as treasury stock.   This to his r'""" f,,r several days with
generous offer was responded to by] M)ven internal pains.
Hanker   Baker   laid   Revelstoke
n Hying trip the end of last week.
Fred Elliott 1ms one of the finest
tennis courts In the country. The
lovers of the game are enthusiastic
over it.
Miss Marjorie Fraser has been
spending the week wilh Miss Mary
Beaton, at Bi aton,
George Forddred came down
from 6-Mile on a slnet visit during
the week-
Louis Levesque is anxiously
awaiting the opening of the bird
season. We would advise ths
birds to move their quarters if they
.i..n't want to be introduced Into
Louis's oven.
The How man Lumber Company's
Hll .Urn '. . I no.   1 .  1 l|.i i ,   till*   si.I! ti'.ij
on her old run again after having
undi rgone o thorough overhauling.
Inspector Thompson gave her an
official examination on August 1,
mul -aid aha was first-class In
sverj respect. Hhe was granted n
license to cany 40 passengers. Her
passenger cahin is 88 ft. long by
li ft. wide, she carries two lifeboats, 10 ft long, -1 ft. wide, is in.
deep, she was practically rebuilt,
and the whole of the work was
completed In seven days, being
atarto 1 on the 10th day cf June.
The work oi rehulldlng her was
under tho direction of Mr. Mc-
Kissnek, of Nakusp, to whom the
turning out of the boat linn been
most creditable.   Mall.
Billy McLean came in Wednesday to start brewing operations (it
Dm new brewery.
July returns from Btnelter credit	
Triune with 68,184 lbs., and the Joe Hawkins returned Tuesday
Beatrice 89,300 lbs. of lead ore.       ;,,„„ B trin through theOkanagan
,    , . ..... ,   ,,  Joe Bays tbat  Trout Lake  i- good
A pleasant little party was held .   _     _■ ii
last Monday at the residence of enou8h !',r h,m- ;l"'1 ,h" whlle
Mrs. Cornelius, in houor of Miss things are a little quiet here, they
Lilian Cornelius. I are more so on the outsidi
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Beautiful Trout Lake." I
___E>SE>SE>__ S-.ontoneou» Tributes irom Visitors. __3__53P_cH
HAVE travelled  extensively  through  what   may be
called the picturcsquo parts of Europe and A rica,
and I have no hesitancy in Baying that tho district
aim.ml Troul l.nl.c abounds in natural beauty, and
the magnificent views from the monntiin peaks are equal to
anything found even in famous Switzerland
Dr. Ei oi m   M .♦, .
" The scenery i- magn fi ont. We have enjoyed our trip
very much. Nexl year wi will come prepared to make our
visit a long one ana etij y th and sho I
11.'.M   Has  in, I'rr-  1st National Bank,
I Ian ley Falls, Minn.
('..;.. I'll   GltKER, Miiun apolis, Minn
all  the shareholders  present sill
scribing for m w stock at ."io cents a
share in the ratio of 1 per cent, of
their   holdings,   which  would   at
on .   place t-'.i.otui to tin credit of
t io oompany. Treasury Btock
will be offered lo the public at the
sain.* pr ee. and there are influential ; rties prepan .1 to take op a
large block on these terms, now
that the management and control
of the company have been satisfactorily settled,
m .\ financial i rrangement
ensures sufficient capital to put in
the larger nuil "ii the O; I
Criterion, and also to do development work on tin Swi le group, so
that io this extent it supersedes the
scheme for forming n subsidiary
ny for iii" litti r purpose,
the -..i ig in  under
the new arrangement
■I. 1. l'oung retired from the directorate, ami the new board was
eli cted as follow - W. F. Cocl •
lane, F. W Godsal, J 11 Mathews
T Kilpatrick, W A. Jowetl, \V.
II B. Frilly and W. B Pool
.1. M   Lay was appointed auditor.
i   a meeting i f thi i • w board ol
directors held to-day   W. F. I
M I president
Be comfortable.    Fraser i- open*
ing   up a tin'   line of    Queen "
Sam Shannon, B.A.. paid 8 visit
to Revelstoke during the week.
P.C. Joe Kirkp'i'i n-k  was at the
Landing  on  official business on
Monday.
Intense excitement prevailed nt
the Court House on Wednesday,
when Sheriff Geo. M. Yuill often"!
for Bale interest in the Sunset
mineral claim on Rapid creek,
aid the Idle Hour ami Hampton
claims near the Triune. Tnese
claims were si izi-d to satisfy judgments against the owner.-. From
the start the bidding was spirited,
and the .unset inti rest was knocked down to A. M. Craig, and the
Barapton to Jno. Morton. The
Idle Hour was withdrawn, the
amount bid not being in the opinion of the sheriff anything like its
value.
Archie Gould left Tuesday morning for the Okanagah country.
.'•4 .7■,•.....■,,:;..;..-...-{ wi :.".'•" ' ' i"„r.«i-trWtWr-unditig
distri't.   Thc views are Bublime     I am Borry I cannot ex*
to nd my visit.
C !•". Ehrehart, Philadelphia, Pa.
W. F. Cochrane, manager of the
Northi rn Mines, Ltd., was
at Camborne lor a few days lasi
week looking over the Oyoter*
Criterion mine and the stamp-mill
which the company onus and
operates.    Mr Cochrane was very
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     pleased with the manner  in which
leaters and other lines ol stovi -     £^SC*t>pnjU(rc progiessing and i x*
pressed satisfaction al the substan-
" The trip in from th.-south to Troul Lake City i« -imply
grand. From thc summit the viewB obtained are the fini I I
ever witnessed. Ci oindo and Alaska, in my opinion, do
not equal it for beaut) and grandeur Mv next trip will be
more extended,
■I. J. Foit_, Tnconia, Wash,
NOW,   MR.   MINING   MAN.
The REVIEW has some nice samples of Ore,
and we want a good quantity. Our intention is to
send  a good  " Exhibit" to  Nelson  Fair.
Now, get in and help us out. Bring in good big
samples, and we will do the rest. Must ship exhibit by 13th  September.
Nothing payu so much as advertising I Get
in and drill 11
ti.il gold brick that is yielded each
month as a result. He stated that
the company intends   working the
property continuously and that
considerable development work
will l»' done in the near future. Ho
' xp tssed great faith in the future
of the Oyster-Criterion, —Camborne Miner.
The   hum   of   the   planing mill
and the   tool of   the hig whistle at
thi    sawmill   are   joyful   s mnds.
Sllpt.  Kei.iie.lv i-   pushing  llliltlei-s
i ipidly oh i ossiblc, and it i- • x*
pe< •. .I lhe big band saw will In- in
• p uitioii in a few weeks
J. .1. ••'oilz. of Taroina,   who has
in-i ii in the c.i-trii't for over a week
looking ovor different properties,
expressed himself as l>. ing well
pleased with what be has seen, lie
speaks  hopefully  of   the  future
along the mining line, and lays bo
confident  that   iu   time  Trout, .__^^^^^^^^^^^^^H_
,   ,       .,, , ippnintmcnt of renulent phvsjeian
Lake will he a   prosperous  mining,   ! ••
t   the   Ferguson  Miners   union
center. .  ,     „,
hospital,      1 rout   Lake people are
Hanker Baker ami Cashier Wal* sorry to lose the genial  M.D., but
kei w«'lit   oul   aftel    big   game one   console      themselves      with       tin-
day this week.   Talk about sport 1 thought thai he will  nol lie very
,Iu<t a-k 'em.    By the way, porky's If nr away when his servlcei will l *.»
(Bake good eating. ' ''-"'
Six lists Hudson Bay Knitting
Co.'s men's wear: glovm, neckwear, etc.. now being; opened up
at Prater's.
l>r    Robinson   has   received the
I required, —h
-u.
"
.THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
2s Printed a,t Trout Lake City, ami Published
}   ut i-iixuKon n»,'.i Trout l itiu* overy Krniui ■
I'ih' K It tor tlivs ?%<>t hold himself rexpoii
^u- tut- t'i" nputiniM gf OQwefpopdeutB ex
,^lTSSt.'tt la  Its   L'tiUnniis
AUinciUs will be oh urged al  tbe rate oflS
penis |-.-ill in-, Ur'st ins.'t'ti«»n. a nil 10 ecu is p**i
Ji in* eaoh lutoequent .ugerj.loii.
i
Terms for Transient and other advertising
will '"■ nn V known on application at ottlot
flubnoriniton 19.00a year, in. .tviuict-.
*Vmi
Grout Xaftc
Mater
Supply (5o.
Xtb,
®
®
towmtmwmw
By us ng Water supplied by this
Company you nre assured ot absolute purity.   Government Analysis
to hack up statements. :::::::
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
stersoE,
.
INVESTIGATING   ZINC.
The Canadian government is to
secure the services of an expert
and spend .+'12.000 iii examining
tho zinc resources ol British Col*
umbia. The trouble will be to get
an expert who will be satisfactory
ose   interested.    There is no
an industry ot no mean proportions. While tho new duty may-
be unsatisfactory to some interests, I
we believe it will prove of distinct
advantage to the lead inining and
smelting companies. - Denver Mining Reporter.
R. W. EDGE
Painter —
Decorator.
I  -T"*l ■■«■*-. — ■■
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_i'o|o_ir:i
party
Whin  writing  to your friends, TROUT
don't forget to tell them thai lor n
summer outing the Lardeau excels, j
LAKE
i:. c
. - able to undertake this nork,
ni,d it is fi ni nl  one of  these gen
; -ii, be pa Imed off on tho
public. If the alii n laws do not
it would be a good idea to
-i'i-iii'i tiic sti'viivs of one of the
many /ine experts of high standing
,.n the other Bide and. should thev
Bee tbis article, now is the chance to
wire Ottawa offering their services,
as it is likely the West Kootenay
district will be satisfied with no
one else but an American expert,
The choice, of course, falls on Professor Ingalls, of New York. His
reports are accepted without question the world over. John K.
Parke, of Spokane, is another satisfactory man. Although not so
well known as Mr. Ingalls. he has
a reputation as an expert on zinc
which  would   carry  weight.    The!
G.
Two dollars in itself will not Bi t
ii man up in business or buy him i
a farm ; but when a publisher gets
what    is  cmiiiiig  to  him i f these
same   J_,  it  sometimes  saves the  Watch-repairing,
YUILL
JEWELLER,
v   di,
_M_v-
Ail   work
herifi a job,    How are vou tixr-d '.'
Guaranteed.
Advertise the Lardeau bv bringing ore   samples  to  this office for
notice. Bayfi an exchange,
that subscriptions come in good on
Mondays. We account for this by
knowing that many of our subscribers go to church on Sundays
and hear good things, and of course
no om- I'nii be a Christian and owe
the printer $2.00.
—o—
Two   tourists   recently   arrived
Oddfellows Block, Tront Laie, B.C
AM the Latest
Magazines on
Salcfat "The
Review."
• j • • ti •
objects aimed  at in securing the fro111 n,'1mi11  |,v  steamer, it being
examination arc as follow*
their   intention   to   make  con nee-
1. A reporton tbe districts from tions the next day with the C.P.R. |
which tbe zinc ores are being pro- at Arrowhead. After reaching
dueed; the character and tonnage Tr,ul- Lake they became enchanted
of such ores; the methods employ vvi,h their surroundings. Instead
ed in th- ir production, and localM hurrying away the next morn-
reduction ; where marketed, and ing they put in what theydescribed
at what cost ;'~     '''*'  happiest  three weeks ol
2. An estimate and  report on 'heir lives  in the picturesque Lar-
tin-tonnage   and character of zinc '•«■'*•ll
ores which have been   made avail-!
able for production bv mining de-      The fruit-raising industry is as-
veK.pti.eiit. and a report on  trans- sun-in*  pioportions  in   the   Lar-
portatioh facilities. deau'   f'"'   wc   ii:1,1  the  '-"''I''111
•    3. A report un   the location and Mining   R<-'v5ew   speaking  of   the
the probable future of the undevel- Wg Silver Cup mine as a " peach."
oped deposits; the character and The Kettle Vallev  and Okanagan
metallic value  of  the  ore  bo ex- districts will have   to look out  for
uogmj (.(t. 'heir laurels.    Phoenix 1'ioneer.
From what we can  learn,   A. C.      [We  are  sorry to  havo   trnns-
lioodr-will be associated with Pro- ?*-»*-,
lessor Ingalls in this work.
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
<v_vW-
i
you want to SeLI.
you w_ it to HUY
!
IF
Correspond iritli the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange,
We havii *e\ ural .1 I'm
tn- Haled nu wl  ■ ■
.'an bo Innl.
Lardeau Mines Exchange.
" Review " Itnildii ,-
Troul I ake, 11 i
General
Merchants,
Trout
,.JU
A social dance
the 1 O.o.F. hull
night ('21st).
will he held in
nuxl   Monday
iave  -ni'l  she  is a " daisy."    By
the way, we have "laurels " galore
growing  in  thi-   section, bo there
dental GOLD MINES. no need to covet the  laurels  of
outside   points.      Let   lneiu   keep!
More than  $9,000,000 worth of their old laurels.    En.]
gold is iiiinunlly hammered Into _0_
teeth by dentists, says the -Mining
Reporter, and this itre of gold is so
rapidly increasing that in the
course of time i considerable Bum
will thus be tied up.
In the last ten years more than
1^5,000,000 worth of gold has been
used for dental purposes and within livi- yean more tbe consumption
of gold will probably be increased
by another • J,000,000 worth annually.
As little of this gold i>- ever recovered it will be seen that in the
course of time a large supply of
gold will be lost iii circulation unit -- other dental im-tal is di
covered.
XKW _ORK LIFE ASSUR \N-   !.
COMPANY,
Fob Invi -i ui m   .nu  l'
I 1108.   I Wl.'ii;.   ;_,.,,..
Dentistry.
i •   m ;i i oi l«now loin N.■!-...i, k-  .
lnrtHl
TSi Aberdeen Block
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A. Milloy
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Buy Lots
lhe Pn   -
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The    TOWI;     Of    I'I  l.'i.l  -.'V
»ili In- one uf tin- <Ireatesl
i Ire Prodm ing Camps in tin
World. The nigh degree of
success sol ieved hv tl..
numerous W I A 1 I'll i and
PRACTICAL BR1 l ISI1
\ M I-: RICA N MI N I N (I
t 'i >.M PA N 1 fc8 sow ■ i i i'.i •
there is a tribute lo Ihe
tremendous wi. th ..(' the hills
Revei -i• ik::     am.     Tl I
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J. Y. Griffin & Co.      8J_j_J   1    I   -}   *)   * H
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REVELSTOKE, B, C.
IN   -I'll A N C E
B. J.
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i . lebrated  Brands  ol
io..I I- ._•-.
NELSON,
Hum.   I'i-
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VVrilf ' •  Hull
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FERGUSON
A   U.S.A.   OPINION.
In response to an, appeal from
the recently organized Carter
White Lead Company,  which i-
Get vour
Stationery aui
Job Printing a.
Ihe ! -
5000
Telegraph .rs
Smith & Qo.
45 Blcur>  .street, MONTRBAL,
HiUH-i i w I AILOR8.
Wl I.I   I-.- ii presented  in the Lar
n
tlirniiyli ii! i  •• M-.ir.    Onlers
■,.... .    .
iinr   ■ -.11 1.. in TROIT1
i   I. \KI-  11 I ':■ .i    ON ni i (est iv.-
Wc have a  great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
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omiianv.   wnicli   i-  •».. ■•    -              rti         "
manufacture   white ^H.ftg    ReVICW	
preparing to
lead in Montreal, the Canadian
Poverpmi nt has levied a tariff of
*80 per er-nt. on all white lead coming into their   territory afti-r  .July
Bth, 1906 In order to disturb the
local paint manufacturers ns little
;it poMlble, tho old tariff of o per
■cent, will apply nn white lend imported up to September l.'.th next,
i.irovidcd   it   was   ordered  prior to
July  fjtIt.   UK).'..    Ti stal.li-hing
"f u   white   lead   works in Canada   i««
itself, hut will foster the lend mining and piodiicin. interests of the
western   pjpvjpces.     When  it   i-
r'oii.-idrTed    that   the   Value  of   the
imports of lead pigment for the
lust fiscal year amounh d to two
third)) of a million doHat -.  it  ivlll
,'. • i,i-i ii thai   I ':iii,-idii   i> protCCl ing
Tho BlST Aiways !
IN FINK SHOES :
MINIXd SHOES '
SHOE I'ACKS !
RUBBERS   \'.:r
overshoi   '
<;ki:.\i.\n roi ks i
- • ii ■ -•" .1 ii
with it*.,   -■- 'I'.n'i i.i-.'i-i. wiii'H wmiiini
viii not iiniv uo an adyantage in iiiinginiiii «-n>..t iv*..:• ■ ■ n,..:,u,..
drop n lino.
11 ROYAL SHOE STORE
R
Nelson, B. c.
ANDREW    &
Mull nnlen
.    '■' I   Or.
.'ill -I'll 11
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CO.
promptly
mnl Set.
"NEEDED
vnntmllv, in fill Ilu •    liont
I bv Km,.
I..,,,! ,i i..'n     We  .  ill \:u N't HI N
mnl LADIES nl - I
LEARN TELEGRJVPHY
ANU R.R.. ACCOUNrilNC
\\'.' fni'iii-l. ~"i percent ..i lhnO|M*i
mil -tn' Inn \_.-m- In \ n .
i in- -: -     nre I lie l.n_- • I i
-IV,.     ''.-I.-.-, Mill      -,]..„,|-      p [ ||l
WORLD l.-i„i.:,-i,.-,i jn.-,,,- nml
pinlni-■ -.1 l.v nil leading I'hIIii'iii
Oftleis
\\.- .-x.-i-ii'.. ii  fL'V bund t-. i
't-|.|.-iil (0 i'.i lli-ll liitn ... , ■
in,ii Inlying ir-.m %40 lo |(tfl  a nn.ml,
in   HlAte*  .ii-'   nf il
tali n, or from i r. to Vvu ..
-t: i-■*   ». -i   of  the   i imrre
mediately npon _.n >n.ii...n
c    -       - o   irntoi  -i-  nny time
\,, vncations.   For full parti
,, [ardlng nnv nl mil nelinnlc «rite
lireel   lo  oni   exi eittive   off!
t Cincinnati ,0.   < Istalogns n ■•■
THK
-yr^
Lan__ and Works.
CANCELLATION   OF  RESERVE.
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in. ly, tin h.-.i i.i t'lutmln rl,
li il -, mill, in. hithi hi
Hull M 111  I.i  ..|» I
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till     I'  .1     " H . -'. 11      llllllll ill     I  nil.
I   i.   • '    I'I." I,      I" lid llllllll*   lip   III   |»irl   n llll
' film ;   , Ilu n ih«-1* i-.'.n-   n no [iilrli -
"ii-lr    liiinl-  -hull  i,, Viii,   in. i,   ill ,    (In i. h.
i'i".ii ii.. ' iyi ->i■ 11>i111v. n in. hnvi i i
U' ill ..I   M ir I,    mil I,   j.in. I   ,  , ,   ,   | i,  . ini.hii^,
mi Iln- .ion.-1.-.in. nnill*n|iilltli.ii<
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'I..I- mi ih. 1'nininn.i 'tlilocka, win, n
Horse no mm$i s£a
mujuu   uuiium  ui  iui.niu|ji.     ihiiiiin, i anil We«Uirn Hnllwny Ijinrl
Cincinnati,Ohio.        it.i.iai... n.y.
Atlanta, Qa, LaSrasaa, Wla
i,Mirk.'ina. I ex San Francisco Cni
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Public   Seh ,ol,   Hospital,  and
in her institutions. Excellent
Waterwi i k*. s.vslPin.   Street
Stores an.l Rt - .1,:,,-,, iiiu-
iniii.-il hv Eleoirtoity, Daily
mail t.rrviee.    The t wn
in ml in iinl.lv hud nil!      (i"l in
NoW   on   the  ground   floor.
I.otn   run   now   oe   plirollBBed
i won
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$75"
rOWNSITE AQENT
FLOYD
kEVELSTOKB, \l. C.
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BEA ION, ii c.
VISITORS .-iniiin. nt Beaton iln- tbrcsln
111 trrowheatl, mil find this Hotel ti
foi hlah*elssi trad
iltl ..I tin- hanlen"
be ni Hi . -in
I- xi ellt hi a. i-"im Inl Inn      \
»PI .'•■■ I iiiei »i loiistllnlns hall,    Tbobem al tt'lm  ,S|
nn.I Cigars,   t_rsonal supervision Is given to tbe roi imont
patrons. Visitors to thu la-ileau can rolj on comfort nt thisboti t
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
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FERGUSON HOTEL
I be noted liomi for travi lien \ i iting
i'i  B.C,
■    I   i      |  IT- ,    V,  I-  '    .     ,.(,.
iVlcDonnoll £.   Blaok
'1   ..ton
■ egal Notices.
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i<ii     So    [1880-11,
• ii     the     I.e.-
- Mining lit, irdei
, - n   rovcmunta  foi
ui .. ig a i'r..n n grant
tbat actio*.
:    h 111. -:.. -■ -. 1
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Junt. ..d. 1006.
-m.ih i;
i.iiiU- mineral rluiiu-, alt-
I in Mining lr'i lilon of
-irn-l
i of  I.hi-'I.i Him r ni,|
or. nl. r   K««   1 ',rk
1 -, -I   li rota, nu.-hl r..r
•    ■      :,1,-     NO.
■ a.,, - fmtn ni,- ilulc Ion
1      ,, ■ Ki, 1- r for ii r.-r-
'   I hill, ii, -.   flu   in,  pm
l of tin all n'   claim.
■ ■   noil,.   ili.ii in >  under
--I On 11.'- 1   I., l-.li- till' |s-
nf impm. in-.
Dill itl   llaj "I  Ion. . A.l... I:*>..
nil-.11 .1 .i IIB8.
TO DELINQUI M    WNI R
Toi). R    McLennan ..r n. whomsoever
- hai•  traniforred his lutereal
• I rnim. nnn.-ml claim.
Notice thai I  the   onden gnr I
-..  .un. r witli   yon in the l-anl.r.. inin-
i in situate .,ii -,,iitli aide ol Lar-
• .i• r between Rapid ai. i Poplar
■ ::. the Trout mice iii ning diviiion
K    'i-iiiiv, inn..- performed the ne*
i ■ ■ «■«»r v .  .rk and made the neoessary ex
|..-n- lit ii i.-     on     tlie     :ilii.Vf-ini'iili-r I
i     -   (nr   lli«-  year..   1904 und 1906, Hi
ler to i."lri the lame nndei -.-■ I
.. - al   Act,   'ii'l   ' lie   yi-ai* lor
ai ■ u.ik wu.-. performed and ex-
i idi   I ,i\ in.' e\ pin ,1, I hen —
.-   .   \   ii   notice iliut  li  within M
i  ui ■ lia Bret publication hereol
or refuse lo t ontribute vour pro*
• -!,ar....( inchexpendltnreand
.-•- nl Hoi. advertisement,
■ir interest in the »ai.l mineral  claim
. i be nropertj  ol the under*
. , idei  am' l.> \ irtue ..( sect Ion 4
Mineral  Act   Amendment   Acl
rrout 1 ske tin- -".tli day ol
l-iui. C    I" loTT,
7. 05 Co-Own ii
NOTIi*R.
Morning and I'-vi-nlng mtnoral     •
null- In Hi.-   In,ui   |,„k,. Mlnlliu  Diviiion   nl
« oal K'".i o ill.trlct,
, Wliore loei   ou  math ilde ol l.urd ■
I'lMiioiil uIqhi in und .-mi oi llii-l.', in-i, iniii-
i-nil i-liiini.
I'nkt- iii.iii-.' iiml i, iv l„ Huftman, agt nl ror
l:   t l.llwi.riii, r, -i- minor'" .-. niiin.i,- No.
BH7UI8, i.ii.-h'.   i   ■   [luy, I,.,,,,, u„. ,|,.,,
or, i , apply in ii,.- kilning ll.*-,,r*i»i i,,i  n in i
tlilriiii-.i   11■ 11.i..-, i,i,■„!, for ilio purpow of
iibtnliilin: a Crown (Irani of the above claim.
Anil flll-lln-i- Ink.- Ilotlot) linn   ai-lli.ii,  i  i
•eotinn ut. i Ijo ootni wd Uefori. lim ih-
Mlllhi-i- ..I -in-h i-i illllnii,. of Inihtnv. ,h, hi-.
Dated tbla 15th any ol June, A..D. In i
J"" *1 i'. i.. nn i man.
N'.in!_ TO  in i.i.M.i i-.XT CO.WMEKH
1     . '      ' rolepbono.
Oflicea
, Troul
; ,- -, i'   in ■" < ... .
nd Arrow In
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Balmoral Hotel.
>_'
**7tm> •
To Jamee Grant,  R. O, Macl eod snd ,
Jhiih-ii  Uoucblpr, ..r  to   «liomgi. vei '
Ihey  mav liave transferred their in-
li real in the Slate n.lneral i laim,
Take notice ilmt  I, (he in
 \\ :■'•     « llll   lull   ill     ll,,-
i laim  Hituate nn boiitl	
rivei i. '... ...i Rapid ai d Popln
in the   i rout   I ai;.-   s;
Went ,|  i|...
.......
expen liture on   tbe   i
-laim 1   ■ -i
ti del to I    d tin   ...    und
ol tl..- Mil nral   .et,  and  thi
M In, It rail [orineil and ex
pend n .
you notice thai il h iilmi UO day»
from   li,.-    !,i-i   |.n 111 lent ion   I
inii rn i, hue to r i. itribute your prou
ti'.niii" -i u i Bueh .■\|.i-i,.liino- and
pay the coals .■: tli - udvertiicmeul yout
inten -i in lhe »ni I   nun.-nil claim'will
.in" the property ..i tbe nn lersiuiied
1
Grand Hotel
FIRST-ULASS -AR,
A. NO. 1 "ROOMS.
JillBII&AllfeM,
Praps
Visitoi    lo Fi '    upon  tbe vei y lieal  il
■  ,-          it   ii at ii.i-'  well-known hotel     Rooms nre
well [ho         I ' ■■   Bar  ii  ytocked w itb
a choice . -                                      uicliei -.
Under the M ment of S. Slinger
•
H
Royal  JKofeS
Fancy liar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   llourd, World's
Milling N<ew a
E L. MORAND, -   PROP.
under and l>> \ u tun ui amnion I nl the
Min..ral A.l A ndmeiil Ai i. 1900.
Date1 nt I n.nt   I uk.- thia 17th day ol
July, 1005. J.VMi.s .-M.I.L.'
I'u-i in nei
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
KVI-'U. I'll r .;   Ni:\v   am,    KIllHT-CLASK   IN    ALL  RK8PE0T8
Fire   Proof Safe
i'h» . ... i  nth vi... i"...i IVIuet and   llgara ontbtmArkab
Trout    Lake,
Dominion HoteS The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
kev?ew Job Dept.
! or Hi.li-Clai-s Work'.
NOTICE.
Cnppei Queu . mineral claim, lituate
in the I mat l.ek*- milling diviaion oi
w i-t Kootenay dial • let
Where located: On silver Cup i in-
tain, about 1^ mdea  from Silver I  ip
mint-.
Take notice thai I. I'i.-,I.-nek I
Elliott,   K M C.   Ko,   B88042,  acting u
agent lor Charlea L. Copp, F.M-C  No
bKolM,    Charlei   McNlcholl,   t.M C.
No.   B78011. and  John   VV. VVt
I .M C. No. B879S4,  intend, fixty >\*y*
fi• in tha 'lam hereof, to apply to the
Milling Recorder for   a Certificate  r,i
Improvements, for the purpoeeolab-
tiining  b  Crown llratit oi tbe   aU.ve
claim.
And farther tnki- notice that action,
under lection '■'.'. innr-t  becomn
before the inuauce ..f Certificate oi Im-
proveu .-ir*
Doled tbii llth day of Aug., _.d. 1005.
18-8-1008
When looking for a plac: to spend
your  Iioli'lnv.-.  Iniii- in  mind
that   Trout    l.nke   i.<   an
i.Uiil   Bummer   resort.      Tho
-I'-iH ry and climate a re magnificent
TIIV1E    TABLE
i- i n.i.-i tin- tame ManagemeuL
Firit-Claoi in every respect,
The Travelling  public carefully
taken rare ,,i.
y & Mm ■ Props.
S.8. ARCHl-:!'' or S.5   LAKUKAl1.   ■
llunnini; between  Arrowhead,  He**
ion and Comaplix, cummonclog October    llth.    IMO^.     *il|     Mtll     .,.
m_
I,...it ng  .»..,.■ i  .... f..i  Beaton and
i lomapllx, twice il i   j    luk an.l .'.k.
Leafing   Beaton  and   Comaplix  for
Arrowhead. I    .      iilSk   and
rj.l.'iK.     Making
with all O. P. It. S
Tho  owners  n-
eliMii.e  11 men   ol   sal I In)       •»
notiee.
The l.mplre l.umher Co., Limited.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
E. R. VIPOND
TrouL Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
as the
Excellent   Accommodation
Best* Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   S_
It H
Largest
Circulation.   John Simpson.      Proprietor.
Laraeau
Hotel
B*s<_:
ft
■dy Laughton
Proprietor.
w
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I HEN   flailing  Kergnaon you
Hhoiild   tuv ;u ihe Lanloau
Hotel.     Ilcie   iln-   viaitor
\      Will     i."     -Ull'oillrik'd    with
'«' •'      le n. mforli    Bxi elleut
'.'_.-.J.    . ni-iiie.     well   ventilaied
in i    ««iin    roouta,   well
; . r il bar,  .mil  rn rytbiug wbicb
lowarda  making your \i»it a
..ii.l memorable one.
': m *i day upwards.
v      11|ve to pleaae our patrons.
FERGUSON.
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ACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
We have all the Latest in
s.
/•y-.  y n : Lothe horn, heaa to
foot in a princely style.
i -Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FERGUSON - - B, C.
i.
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TROUT LA
7i
. _
THERE h re I n fortunes
iiiinl. by jmlicioua In
meni in Real Estate, and
in- ire fortune* will be made I ban
over the next two oi three years.
The one ivle. reaps the harvest ia
the original investor, for hi baa
his iiioiH-v on ,i i .1 lainty,
Now let ii" i.'iiif ■ nt to \ .ni thai
there i« no bett«*i apol -. fhe t'oii*
tli biiI to Iniv K .il Instate thau
TROD r LAKE,
Trot't Lake Is the pn I i il sp°i
in   ihe  Kooteoaya : aa a , ■ asuri
res n't it iln-- n ' ■ 'iiml. le.iiini,,'
and I'lHliinfj may bo indulged in
tin* y. nr i, ,im I ; wliile I.i j game
in abundante ia to the found on
tin* hills, [ta climate i- Buporb,
tbore bi inL' no ureal otreme . it
ii.-ing mild  in winter and (•>«! in
Miniiiier.       11 cin boast of  -  of
i he  Iili '-I   lo.t.'lr-    llllll   I'' Sill.'ill'.-.-  in
Hi itisli Columbia, Its sti are
Vi .-ll laid out nnil graded. ! ."-1 h
nr • two e\i'elleiii genera' Rtorea,
.iii.l .1 glance a', the adviTtiaHtnenta
in ibia journal will *<lio\\ thai ill
iradesare rairly well represented.
\\ i i;e  wiih confidence tu Ageuts.
Ml.
Lots can be
obtained or. j
EASY
I TERMS.
Make vour
^ «*
selection at
once.
H. McPberson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
i * • * ti
• .0
Then c_"v. en
or   writ,   to
»'| i.:- never bad a ' boom " ita
| growth bas lieen steady. It is
*• tbe li'H'1 of navigation, ami
the terminal of iln> Lardo branch
of the < I'll. All roads (in tho
1.nn!,-mi i lead tn Trout Luke. It
\- the I'l.n.ni. i> ml cenlre of the
i ii heal mineral district • n '.in'
continent, and hn> bankii j,* facili*
lies   i i, vol. .1   by    lhe   Imp' rial
Hni.k of i .11. iln    Bret-class bcI I
. mini,r..iiion miller the dicer-
in,,, .,: i -' . innon, B A.: n g »od
>v it, ■ -v  ■ .einnn nt i (Tices ;
County Court sittings: Methodist
■..;.-  „ .. .-     ■ ***•
and .- .ttage lio-1 ital.
There are valuable ram i. lands
on ihe outskirts awaitintt settlers,
lumber resources are magnificent, anil a band saw mill vi Itb n
capai iv of on.nun ft. per day ia al
t'ie I e;i<i of the lake. I lie mi. ea
tributary are uroving out bigger
producers evi rj year, witb new
jii-o-i" ei - opening up rich bodies of
oi ■•
Thi re «;ll In* a big rush thia
minimi r, bo if you would know
inoro, write »l ouee to i itl'et of
the i.   nta .t the addresses below,
J0B
gW
fe*
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■
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B. C.
i
i
25l_'.'.
Q  =
==H    ffliiUiM "1
job Printing of every description will foe faithfully executed at tjrc ffeviaw
i^'Jl^WlitW'tW^E
INELSONf
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S    FAIR   |
B 1905.
RS ' „_»
,-AKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B*. C.
.
HAli WELL SUl'J'LIED WITH
days-- 3^j      Liquors and (Sigars
8i^
|9 Commencing SEPTEMBER |_
20th, Largor and better than
ever. Everything new and ujh
tii-.liit,.. JAll kinda of open air
at tract ions Each day something niir-ri-stiiiL'. Yr n will
meet old frienda there,
Single line iiii all   line!  ol
-^i   iravel.
5$     Write for price lilt.
pS       J. E. Annable Sec.
■ns
Large Cotnfortal
Excellent Cuisin
Rooms
LEOAl..
:     '
FRED C. KLLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
'rrout Luke, R. ('.     ami Ferguson,
Madden & Levesaue
Props
r;
.     -  EIZURE AND SALE,
N
IOTICE in iii-i.-l * given that nnder j
and i.y i irtui i •■ - nun ol execution iaaued out oi the County
Court ol Kootenay, holden al Kevel-
stoke, in nn action when in Petei I.'.
Peterai n i- plaintiff and W. H. Howard
i- defendant, and to me directed againel
iln- goods .me chattels of Iheaahldefen
ilnnt, I have - -oii-.l and taken into execution all the interests "f 'ie above
naineil \V, II. Howard in the following
named mineral claims situated in tlm
Trout Lake Mining Division ..( Went
Kootenay, via., Ban into u mineral claim
situate on head ol '1 nunc i reek, adjnin-
11 io Enlerpriae mineral claim, on the
north aide, li u id 20 ', day ol July,
1904, recorded 2nd da* ol August, 19W
Mie 'lour mini ml claim, Bituate on the
lien.l ol i-i. Mile , iv. k. :i tributary ol
tlie North l-'i.ik -,i Lardeau creek and
tl.re.- miles (ruin Ferguson, located 20ih
• Liv ..i May, 181)9, recorded 2Si I lav ol
Mav, 1899, and I give notice that I will
offer for sale !>y public auction at the
Court llon.se Trout Laki , B.C . Wi I
ii-.-,lay the loth day ol August,
the iionr ol II  (elevei     oi li   k in the
i  noon, all tin' intereata .,i i  -
il.-ieniiaiii in tli-- Mid miueral claims
Dated at Troul I.n!;". !'..('.. August 4,
A.n.. 1905 UEO. M. Yl II.:..
Peputy Sheriff, N. Kootenay.
IV.in Lake, B.C.
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
[tivery and Dray Stables
Sad He. Pack and^Cartaj;e Iloraeo Always for Hire
FreigbE.ny. Packing and
Teaming a Spscialty
♦«>*^*--*.-r-»
iii" sloteleavoa   Beaton al 13 o'clock lor Tronl lake Ferguson and Cam borno
,    Ferguson, viH Trout Lake f ir Beaton si 1 a m,
l'.iniieli StablesHl Ti.ii, Lake, Beaton, FerguBon and Camborne.
, H. MoCnrter,
A.  M.
j. a, Harvey
I'liiklimn.
HARVEY McCARTER & PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
8ollolU.ru lor Imperial Bank of Canada
Imperial   Bank of Canada.
W. 1. BRIGG8        J. M. SCOTT, ll.b,
Scott & Briggs
Bnrristera and Solicitors
Solicitors for Molaon'a liank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply i
MWoriorWCii
Cn|iilal tntliorixed. fl 000,000
. apiinl  pa il up] -   8 000.000
.    3,000,000
Head Office
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
- clica in the North won! Territorioa
Ontario an ! Quebci
iukuiniu,    UIMAKIU, *(.*, Regular mnetlngii held In
- JW','Sl*i*_       i.,1,11.-lie»'-   Hull   .-v.-ri
«tSi   "^ Jmltf 1-.•-,!;,>   m.-lil   ,it    K
 British Colombia, Manitoba,    <J,^W SX^j^SmT
iKiiil   LAKE   LODGE   1. o.o.F.
NO. 41
I. It. MKRRITT, President.
E. II.\V. AsaJHtant Hen. Manager.
Iv R. WILKIE, Vice-Pros, and Gen  Man.
VV. MOFFAT. Chief [nspentor
In tiii- mai'itk of THK "Companies' Winding dp A- t, 13 >8
and Amending Ai rs,' ind :.\
. the mattes of thk silver
Cup Minks. Limited N'on-Pj b*
bonal liability
- |vi i i'n. Mines, I imite I N',,n
Personal l.iabiliiy, lias gone into voluntary liquidation under the above \, I
an.l has ii|",,.ii.i..! Irian ... iii low, of
the town ot Perguaon, \'.a' ,accountant,
ii- llqiii intor. l..r the purposes ol audi
winding up.
The creditors ol theabi • impany,
which Inl** it.- bead ,,!!..-.■ in r-.ii.l t..« ii ,.i
Ferguson, and all othera having any
claims against said Company, ire re-
i-nii.il on .n before the first da* ol
September IPOS.tosend t., Harvey, Mc-
i ni ler .'* Pinkliam. sol cil ira ?,.i said
liquidator, al their ..Hi. ea,  Firal S
lie,i IsfOke,   B ...  tii.ii   ii.in.
iir.^-.-r-   in.l de   ripl id I he full
particulars of their debts or claims
li, I by oath, and the natun an i amoiinl
ol the aecurities, il eld n. them,
and the specified value ol inch mc*
urities, and il ao requin I l>\- notice
in writing from said liquidator or
|.;»- wiln ii,.! i, t. come in aud j,r,,\.
t l.i-ir said debts or claimi in
way. ni auch time and p ill be
-|.. ulfii .1 in -... n notice.
liter the said Hist day ol Septeml*ei
1.. the -in-i liq n I itoi will .
ili-lrilni'e  tl,. '
nu.,,:i_   the   partiea   entitled   then o
lim ing regard  i nly t I   the
which he ii ,-n Im* had  notice, and thi
liquidator will nol tin ibli for thi
assets or nnv pai I ■■• ilistril uted
I,, lim   pen on > i  a . he had
nol uoilceal the tlmi "i thedistrlbution
'lii-.'.-oi'.
Dated this null day oi '       i
ERLANDG. HADOW.
I IQI
Tram     Lakt,    11.    ('. Branch—A    Oeneral    nankin*    Bothnia    Trjn»in:ted.
Savings '"•partment—Deposits received and interest allowed.
n -ei - -. i I . n nnrta • >:
'in, -I H nil.-- and Rumpe,
o...,t nn  i,-o oil  r    ,-..iI,-i ri >n>. ai  i
Mains Honda
T. B. BAKER,
rtanager
u. .In,.,! inn, N. G
\  W, l,'i... ll ,i K.s.,-.
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No89.
A.R  & A.M.
;iiil   Tlinrsday each
llllllltll.
\'isitorp Welcome
<; Forddred.8ec., H.McPberson,W.M.I
*M
City Drug Store
.
•
•
PR0PRIKTAHV
MBDI0INES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
8i In.ol Supplies.
Toilol Artioli -
Etc.
BTRI0TLV0ASH
:
\ FULL LINE OF CHOICE STATIONERY      L.
. ♦-*. a a.^.. ^^. ^^,.
UHB> v *: :; '   ■'• • >BOOO<
■-*J
-
WINDSOE HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Eeailpite for Miniiiz and Csidircial lo.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. IV!cLENvf.AN,   FBOPRIETCR
W.   Abrahamson Lennoxvilie
Hotel
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of thc Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a  Home
Koi    /ourself.
Don't Pay
Rent —
EASY TERMS.
E. MOQCS   PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERARD
B C
Th-.* II C. ASSAY and I M  1ICAI
-' IM'i.N   ,
B, i
^llll   Ml|.|•!..- -    |t!
I
land . I-   W  lim.in ,'. .
i Humeri
ii i nt I, A Co   ii
WC'PD    VALLA-NICE    H
WARE CC   LTD
Hard« nre, Minors' I
rsiEI-SOlM   B C
■
Karber Shop.;
— FOB A — (
Good Sbave or Hair Cut
 III!   '  N
Wjlliam Schnell,
l !...'■    I* l! I I.   •'. I   \K 1..     i
and Cci_ Baths-
■
Amlll rr.
Underwear. Sox
Shirts, Rats
A. G. Fraser
Ge»eral
Mercha n
^
Hardware, Tools
Ao "untuni,      ....
•J. •    MURRAY.
i'Ki.t-! I vke, 3. v.
■ ..       ■ foil*
i ,     . :   ,
\, • ui i- i  ,,,,.-. i'ii
V. -,l Westfall & Co.
Robertson's j
N
■ ■ -.
 1 'rn.
'
IA Iter for N.
-l. .,i-.
Trim   Lake, B. I
Chocolates
AND
5on-Bons
Batger's
' I Crystallised
! F
C
T
E. Jj.  —-
I MASTERSON
i.i SEH M.   Ml Rl II \*. I
Miners'
•'
Fruits
* £l33a£ing   =   ;G_ms, Etc.
I
•
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1 ',,1   -ll
'. .'
1 . •
1
.'1
1   'rl
1]     .
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l>
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I
I
*. POPLAR   -    -    B.C.
A
.|»;«t«»»»ic»j;itsis.-.
-.   SHANNON,  (  s.-ycr
I liRQUSONB.C
c-
finality the Best
Family
GROCE
AND MINING SUPPLIES.
'r/
E
Supplies       JO. B h miKlZ, PL.S.,
At the
r PRICES.
;
r
^BerlincrGiaiBeo-phona
•mm**-**      *__.«■,  *--«.**_..«..•_^lhmiu.
... !
-.i:j Cro  .''ir-n:* Obtalnad
'. H. JoKes.
I "nf   Blndon,   Pine   Job
Olothin?
Boots, Shoes
Blankets, Gloves.
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
"     Nails
Oils, Putty
S-W-i-
T^
X.
Ready Mixed Paints
-.- -.    . . .
AH kinds of New Reords.
Sole Agent for thc L.fle.iu :
J. C. Murray
Tronl Lake B. C.
Packmy a
M...SON.       Freighting
Starhev <S Co. 11
■-.'-;* •',- ■,' tn ■■'.. ,- , -,.-
Pei'^uson   packing
and
Tnmater   Outfit,
__-   ".MikaMu,     ..-__ .  ......
'  "nl 1 nfo for packing of MlnlnK flunpllog, eta,
in tin '!
iptici .i"-, and tiny tvork un li'rtnken fuarantced
lliltl   ,.;. ,   IV,
II HOf.ESAf.E DF.ALK1I8 in Datter i
Ferguson.
Pt.J      ii,DI      .......        ......
1
11    ii
S. Daney, Prop.
I    '    '    '    •    ;    •   /^i /Jj
P.Burns&CoF. B. Wells
WIKH,K.SALK   ANP   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Doalaralo all kinda of Froah Meat
TROUT LAKE, B,C.
REVELSTOKE, B, I
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   .R.ICE5   PAID
J«4    -*!*■''

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