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Kootenay. Best inl-
■ertising   medium.
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TROUT LAKE CITY,   B.C.,   MARCH 31, 1905.
A Rich Strike at   A m°r Wtt8 no°'vBA ton****
I Miller during tho week from Minneapolis. Judge says business i*
good, ami wants to know hmv soor
The Eva.
I I.AIUiK QUARrZ LEAD EX-
BOOSED CARRYING IMMENSE
■VALUES IN FREEHOLD.
S'lhe   Imperial   Mining  and  Do-
•^li,),ineiii I'..., o|ier:iting nt Cam-
Mini' made a big strike a few day*
ago. uliieli will  Inive   ;t decided
Effect .rn tin' destinies nf the Ear-
'afciiii. ami   more particularly Cam*
Enc,
■ in driving 11 orosa» cut Irom No.
■ tunnel n Vein was opened up 15
Hi't in width, nml well mineralised
■roughout The quarts is of o
Efferent character from anything
iously found.
in* roll of the lead  is exceed*
y  rich   in free gold surpassing
•a lues anything yet found in
•limp This i* Haying ;i lot, us
ires already found lioth in the
. Oyster and other properties
• given immense values.
,e ti.el puts the property In
-class condition, and demon-
tee that patient, persistent mid
ions development will win out.
wish   them  all the pr' Bperity
deserve.
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I D""". O.UV4 iTuiiui ei Know 1111 iv soon
; the snow will   bo off so in ti allow
liiK company to begin operations
Now that a large consignment of
hay has arrived, there is no furthei
cause  for  owners   of   cayennes   ti
train them i,o "swipe" comestible
from delivery rigs.
J. 0. Piper returned from Three
Valley. Tuesday. Hubert Scott
left the Bailie day for the same
place to take a position with E. L.
Kinman.
Tbe cuts in tbis issue were vd**y
kindly placed at our disposal by
(i. It. Northey, editor of the smart
little Camborne Miner.
No. 21.
A local syndicate 1ms taken n
li md on the Wotl er Lode 1 rnperty.
The tunnel is now In about 375 ft..
and Iris somo good slum in^s.
E. E. Chipman, gold commis-
-1 ■ r, stip mdiary magistrate, and
ttor under tho Catt'e Act.
eime in from Kan 0 on Wednesday
1 1 look over ihe requirements on
t'ie roads and trails for the coming
'I he Bva Mill, Camborne
,fl':'"'"  s''':;. ' ":: :i  lot of sup-     .Im'    Verschoyle   and     VV.    I>.
plies up  In  lhe Smith and Rogers  Wright havedono-abouttwolhous-
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th
Out Stimrccr Edition.
Wis piiipo e issuing 11 mid-sum*
mcr • litit.n tbis year, giving descriptive write-ups of ull the merl
tor:".s prop, rties in the Lardeau
fr mi 1 . n i."ine I.. r..pl.-ir, with
^K f   mines,  mills,   trainwiiys
11 I workings.    We will also give
MiipcchenstTo  views of  the  dif-
T' nt   towns in   the   Lard.*iiu, to*
ether with buildings oi importance
1..I    photographs   ol    prominent
Usim M nn-ii     We iiiti-nd to make
11     wink if art. and it i*> our 11m-
Hiitit'ii In prniliii'e the rim-st souvenir
ES'*1 r puhlMicd in the interior.     It
JSsiii I.- n unrk that will thoroughly
advertise    the    resources   ol   the
iL-lriet ami   make th.-in  known to
t'•• U si  possible advantage,  ad
Hniing nil  tbe while to the truth
|i\i' ilu  not  intend it to l>e an ad*
Bt-ertising iiie.lium for stock sell ng.
» 1 ni t.. give tn outsiders aii accurate
■Mind comprehensive idea of our pro*
Hrcrs.
1 »ur plans are not yet fully com
mdi-ti'd, I an* our representative will
pjvait ..11 those interested in the do*
vel.ipineiii of the country tn solicit
I hli' ir sii|ip..rt. We trust ho will be
Kreci'ivrd kindly and secure the co*
Si iteration nf all intcresti-d.
Tell il nut  iu Oath ! Whisper it
iiinl ill the str.etsof Askeloil !   The
Biiiilleiiiuiu has surely arrived.    As
JS^iM   lie   seen   liv a scare bead else
lv lure,  the  ».•*.   Proctor . 1 ■ * 1 thc
■'rick mi Wednesday and got   lo
lieri'^r.l. The ilemonnicnl boot ol
tn he siren mi its return lo poll on
SWeilncsil .y night caused a wild
■stampede tn the  t|Uiiy,    and  Sail*
1- n's return from Id* search for the
1 North Pole (we were nearly writing
3 Folk)    looked    like   lhe   pi.ivel Iiinl
•■ t'.iiiiy .cuts The crowd wore some*
l\.l':,t disappointed, as more pas-
Is tigers were expected. Bel. Mas*
D t '..-in lillcil the passenger iist, and
H ruining down the gangway sprcatl
tffl himself out to look u lot. However.
; 1 In: rubbernecks had the satisfac
I linn of beholding a record cargo of
freight being towed in.
A snowslide, swept out two sections of the placer Hume last week.
The  damage   was   slight, ami  has
been 'repaired. Work is going
along smooth, and the. values obtained are averaging up full more
than expectations.   The crew has
K' : eily on Rapid creek this week.
. 'II' is 1 in- nf ihe l.est dcvelopi d
! projw*rlies in the lower end  of 1!,"
district The hnwii - arc 11 n 3 -
I nilieent, some of  the nam pies 1 un-
an i dollars worth of work on the
I'luto. Thc property is showing
up wi 11, a car of or" averaging
* I' per ton go!d values will bo
sli'i'p. d at an early date.
ning up in the thousands per tun.        Th"  8p}*g'asa Co are anxi u.-ly
.,    .. . !awaiting the opening of the trail to
iv   al.   Morgan   is   l .-  (he properly so as to resume opera-
not  been increased yet, and but pros; ting the Lucky Juck group |tions
one inan shovels tlirt. An average
of 25 tluts. per day is being maintained, which is exceedingly j_'.>".l.
11
levial
In   - ' ; itiini.
A   1;
i-  hel
Hen Kerr, who h:is been up at
the Lucky Hoy for some lime, i*
pulling out for East Kootenay.
Jack and Mrs. I'arisian came
down Irom the Lucky Hoy on
Thursday for a f.w hours renewing
acquaintances.
A new Isiy with a COmpli xitn or
moss rose ami a swagger tantamount to a whole garrison of ar
tilleryinen has come among us. A-
Mtneono remarked, the face i
somewhat''similiar,'1 hut we think
we recognise the leet in spite of
the disguise.
A regular meeting of the Trout
Lake Trades Committee   will   be
hci.l in the Review huildiiig on
Monday evening next, at S p.m.,to
transact important luisiiiess. \V<
would like to sec everybody who
has any business interest in the
town or vicinity enroll themselves
members and attend its meetings
If all pushed tl e good thing alone
much could lie accomplished. The
drilling season is right now.
The Healrice people nre still r.iw-
hiiiiug ore to Camborne. As soon
as tbe wagon road is in good shape
it will   li"   hauled   to   Beaton nnd
sent to smelter.
A. t'rawford has finished bis logging contract will the Bowninil
Lumber Co.
The Big rend l.unilier Co. are
re-opening their ramp between
Camborne and Beaton this week
Harvey Jones ha* severed  his
connection with thu Hotel Beaton
Hi* place is fil cd hy I'red   I'arivtt
Roy Lane  has taken charge of tin
culinary departn cn\
L. (' Park, Beaton, was In t wn
on business on Wednesday.
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A View near I'aii.Uiriii*, slmwlneOiairr Mi .■.■•.■ i..l  Kra Mil   •
t 1 1 i "■ us tin .1 1.1 »»i" ii.d.
Mrs. Abbott has
her sister, Mrs. II.
the hrtlf-wav  house.
Herb, Prow 11
Lucky Boy.
been  visitin
Anders, n, ol 1
down  from t 0      Mid it came to  pass that a crr«     Sveml  inehe*   nf snow fell thi
itu I  .!, l'e.l mili'S from j "«' I*    '", ■ ni '" -'",v
the spol - 1     •   It       in I ..'el."
Ptisscn-.'cr trafllc has hjen good
between this point and Arrowhead
for the past three weeks. I.a-i
week the Empire I .urn Iter ('.. r-
-limed   the   tWO   trip-   a day with
their boats.
Hong and Noyle are working on
the John I. driving a tunnel,   A
lew days ago Ibey   run   int 1 a vein
..f free gold giving big values.
A letter was received from M. I .
M.iyer. slating ho would bo back lo
V. C   Elliott received n  lettei
from ,1. W. West In II, who at pre
sent is at   Ilellinghain,  \\'asli . tin-
dergoing the X-ray treatment. Mr
Westfall   left   heif   early  in   the
winter on account of poor health,
and  we sincerely   (rust   the treat
ment be is undergoing will have
good   effect,   slid   that   he   will  be
able   in the soring to bo actively
Poplar early in the spring with eii> a :etl in pushing the Int. r ss nf
ample capita] tn systematically the Lardeau. He hns done n great
woik lhe placer ground   at Second work for tlie district,  and   his iili-j
proteins. j.iviicc would bo a keenly fell loss    ;
kitchen win n it. 11  fa r ■ ludye wai
I'd in pat ion 1 f pune!.*
■  \.■ .I. ugh      Vi il it came tn
pass  also, Ihal Ihe -• Ifsim ■ young
i. . ergeil    let i.   and   verily
-   the  ll 1!   of   l.i* b.iek there
n ere _I;i Ingly 1 isihle lhe Inipi .a1-
nf '.wn floury   l> imln      An I  the
l man went lib >• ly exci
glad, In ii"    i\vying II1   jiei    1 ;
1! e hi !e nnd coll 1 1 11 nllitude,
A. <■  Fraser srnl  1 ut  tho lii-t
pros] •    ir'so Ifil of tho yeai down
the lake ilurin_' the  week,
said it looked good to bin.
A  (I
Batten lloom, fh -it MjH
Al the meeting 1 f tlelei ntes fn 11
So, 0 .li\i-;o|l . f the W !•'. uf M
li Id ai Nelson last week Ihe ft I*
Ion In l "Hie r- we e eh cted for thc
.• istting year: Pn sidi nt, Krnuk
Phillips, Nelson : 1 ice pn t dt nt,
ti  B.   \'. I-1 "■.  Vmir
.   ; 111 I. >iW
Developing   The
Surprise.
OVVNTRS C( .^TEMPLATE A
BUSY season, AND WILL
ERECT REDUCTION PLANT
Dave Morgan   came  down from
lie was accompanied by) the Surprise group this week for a
his    private    secretary,    Arthur few days rest.     Dave and his c^ew
Uoodenough. have   I .,   working  Bteadilv  all
E.I. Masterson, tho merchant winter on the property. Tha lea J
priii". of Poplar, came up on the la demonstrated for a distance 01
.oat Wednesday night He re- 2.'M ieet, and averages (i ft in
torts matters looking bright for width. Silver values and 22 to 25
tho ' nip, and expects a lar.c per cent lead run throughout the
amount of work   to  be done.    The  whole  length  and   breadth of the.
■• tl   n 1  uf (he  ei.np i ■ .1 i us-  lead.
tnms stamp mill. A number of Pour shafts have been sunk a*v-
properties hav ■ enough ore, which craging GO feet in depth, which w
if they could _-i returns fiom a iwses largo stringers of clean ore.
It ul stamp mill wou'd enable the The surface stripping also expo*.ei
owners to push development work "lean ore from one lo two feet in
more rapidly. A large nurrnVr of' width, and from 10 to 150 feet in
tl enim-owners are not sufficient- length. The clean ore gives go ]
\\ w. ilt'iy to 1- bl - nil •' values, and a considerable quan-
>•    11 • ii-'.. 1 !:.;., would al- tity will ba shippod this summer.
inti rest ii the property
iv  N  .a  Scotian  p.-ojd.*
who are anxious t.. put  in i-upttal
to thoroughly exploit it.   One of
ti.. ir representatives   will   arrivi
- lortly with a view of putting in a
plant to treat the low grid'   ore,   '
nhich thi-e is a  large tonnage
ready exposed.     To   this   end   a
w. n   road will be bu'Jt from For-
guson up the North  Fork to th
property
The consummation of this >'.
bo the Jong tunnel  proposil
deinouslrattt   tha   j.Jea   thai   t «
owners of  properties  must, if the
try is k ling  to be developed,
ni.et capital   half way ,vvJ pi' uj
their ground  ng.ii;i*i the vatestoes
money,
Mr. F. Weir, of the s.s Kokanc,
same up Wednesday night on the
Proctor. He will officiate as \ urser
until th" return of our old friend
A'. E. Muliins (n ■  Slmughnexi *),
The Ice is Broken
to Gerrard.
rRANSPORTATIQN IS AO.WN
OPEN BY WAY OF SOUTH
AND WE REJOICR
At last ! Communication is now
istablished with lhe outaidp world
by way of the south. For some
lays Cap ain Kitxsimmons has
«•! n hammering away at lhe ia*,
ind 1 n Tuesday brok. through in
■ erraid. 'I Ilu whole inuulation of
hat thriving town assembled 011
:..■ .1 nk and greeted tbe captain
ind ciew with cliecrs Mayor
dohbs in b half of t e citizens
.repented thc captain with the free.
lorn of   the   eily.   ami   invited tlm
, vhole crew ovi r bis palatial hotel,
he " I, nm x vi I't*  House." wheru
ic diil thc necessary honors
Whilo thc lake is ..pen, it shou d
. • remenih to I that the possibility
1 being again  shut off from th •
m li uill o" • ir ag tin ii"\! wintor,
.ml 1 neb sun ■' 'lni„' winter,     Thu
er\ ie    b ttw ni  Troul   Lake City
md lieirari has In-'ii closed al.v.ii
two mouths this boosou, which in
Iscll   -   11   hard hip that might b 1
■luinii.1    The impression pn rail.
ng on tho outside, however, 1- that
to nre nt any moment durin • Ihu
•ol.l  weather  liable  to be ltd up
.or  an   Indefinite   time   is  whut
knocks.
This uncertainty has a very d< i.
I mental ofteot,    r ipital, which h
ilways shy, is praveiitod from in*
.'eating in a country where trait •
tation i;  not assure i t!n  ,.'.. .-
iround,    I'l.e prohleni oan only h 1
■ .hid by the i  P It, cxtetulii g Ih 1
".nl to Troul Lake     li Is oui on\\
"pe of -iiK.ii   11, and we  "won
lillppi till v,    j{i I il, '
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THE LARDEAU MiMNG1
REVIEW.
li Printed nt Trout Lake ('lly. ana Publliherl
ul Ferguson nod Trout l^ake every l''i'litay;.
Toe Editor does not noi.l himself respona
bie uiv i lie 'i|iiiiioiis of correspondents expressed In it's ooluinns
All h.onls \yl)| he L-linr^c.l nl tin* rule Of It
oi'i.i-. per line, Aral Insertion, and lOeenu pe.
iine'citi'i. lubaoqueiit Insertion.
Terms for Transient nml oiler advertising
>vin lie made known on application ut otllce
U Ibsorlptlon flUXl a year. In o,il\iin« e.
Cassie Gets Ten Years.
Cleveland, Ohio,March29. Mrs
CasBie I.. Ohadwiok; was sentenced
yesterday to ten years In lhe Ohio
state penitentiary by Judge 11. F.
Taylor.
Social   Gathering.
MURRAY (8, ATHERTON Publishers
Latest News.
Talking of Peace.
A very pleasant social was given
by the Ladies' Aid of the M.K
Church last night at the residence
Of .Mr. VV. R, llolleiibeek. There
were some thirty present, and a
very enjoyable time was spent
The chief amusement of the even
ing was described a> a " Wi tl
(loose Chase." and was very much
(Special) London. March 81 — enjoyed, The remainder of the
Peace talk is prevalent everywhere evening was spent with games,
but that negotiations have oom-1 music, etc., the latter being sup-
ineiiccd is still positively dis- plied by Mrs. Murray (vocal solo),
c 'timed in all official circles, The! Mr. and Mrs. Sharp and Mr. Hob
foreign office even disclaims having leubeck (trio), and Misses Lulu
anv knowledge of pence proposals and Edna ilolicnbcek (organ duet)
It is   quite   evident,   however, thai ""~
while the first definite 6tep has
becn taken, an advance further
than has been indicated in the
Associated I'ri'ss despatches may
be postponed indefinitely.
Baron   Hayashi,  the Japanese
Will Adams has gone up to the
silver-mill, where he  bus   accepted
a position,   Brother Frpd has been
to the laiich for   several days, and
reports that the early spring will
enable them to bring in vegetables
muct) earlier this yeor.
Dan MoLellan returned from
Revelstoku Thursday night, where
he   has  been  sojourning tho past
Week.
A good many strangers have
come to town the past few days.
A  Farewell Dance.
A farewell dance was held on
riitlesilay evening in the Oddfcl-
OWS1 hall in honor of Miss Mary
Benton, who is leaving next Wed*
Minister, declared to the Associate,!  nesday for   the   North-West,     A
to-day that he had information in
K   LODGE
NO. 41
I. O. t). K.
Regular meetings held In
i.iiiiii'iinw's  Hull  everj
Tuesday night hi  B
o'.-i.K'k.  Visiting broth-
era .-..niiuiiy weloorm,
tf.Soott, N.c. Prod Mummery, it a- k.s***o,
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No. so
A.F.  & A.M.
iird Thursday each
mouth.
Visitors Weloomo
Forddred, Sec., H. MoPherson, W.M
regard to the announcement contained in the St. Petersburg ties-
patches of the Associated Press.
that Russia bad indirectly made
known to the Japanese the negative conditions in which peace
might be concluded, namely, no
cession of territory and no indem-[uniform kindness and sunny dis*
nity, leaving Japan to determine position makes her a favorite with
large circle of her acquaintances
assembled, and an enjoyable evening was spent.
I'he music was furnished by*
Misa Edwards and Messrs. Kelly
and Parisian.
Miss Beaton is one of the ohl-
timers   in   Trout   Lake, and her
lhe Nelson
Brewing Co,
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
an.d Porter
R. Roisterer <&• Co.    -   Props.
Masterson,
®b Co.
old and young. Her loss will bi
severely felt. We wish Miss Beaton
continued success in her new
home.
Fred. C. Elliott is at Camborne
on an official visit.
James A, Griffith left thi-* morn*
Rosf land on a
yrhether peace negotiations could
be begun upon these conditions.
but be said unreservedly, that the
terms then mentioned could not be
even considered, and added :
"A   cession   of  territory and an
indemnity are the only points negotiable, as   .Japan's anti-bellum
demand- have been already secured  in8 f"r Nelson and
'.y Japan." I business trip.
Business in Trout   Lake is pick-
Czar Attempts Suicide, ing up well.   It was anticipated
that   March would    [.rove   a   bail
Paris.  March 30th.—An uncon* month    Contrary to exj tations,
finned rumor from  St. Petersburg U has proved  the  best  month for
is published in   a despatch here business nwn sin<x» the rush of the
tbis  morning  to  the   effeet   that  Christmas season.
Emperor    Nicholas  made   an   at
tempt to commit suicide and
wounded himself in the hand. The
rumor further says thai thi Em*
pcror's design was frustrated by
the intervention of his mother, the
empress dowager,
Run Pearson, an old-timer in
the Kootcnays, arrived to-day from
Nelson. He has a large quantity
of feed for sale, and hopes to do
a gooil stroke of business here.
Smith & 6o.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
Wl 1.1  Ik- represented In lhe Lar
denu    Bt    regular     intervals
throughout the year.   I ■
for clothing will receive close attention.
Onr represents.!'e will heinTBOUT
LAKE sndFERGU80N in a few weeks.
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
_M«V*
Full line
of
Vegetables
Cabbage    Turnips
Carrots.
Fresh Butter and
Eggs.
*
Masterson,   Griffith
and  Co.
mm
General
Merchants.
Trout Lake
WOOD    VALLANCE     HARDWARE CO   LTD
Hardware, Miners' Supplies, Stoves
ami Range*.
NELSON, B   C.
Estimates  Presented.
Victoria. M-irch 28th. -l'inanc.
Minister Tstlow brought down tin
estimates this afternoon and mod*
the budget speech. Following are]
the appropriations for roads, Btreets
bridges,    etc.,    in    Kootenay   and'
Bottndaiy ridings :
Cranbrook $6000, Grand Forks
15,000, Kaslo •Mo.fXK)' Columbia
17,000, Kernie 16,000, Greenwood
$•5,000, Uevelstoke $9,000, Bimil.
kamecn $12,000, Slocan $8,000,
Vmir 110,680.
The .-inn of $200 is provided for
ii resident physician at Trout Lake
City, ami that of $800 each for re -
iilent physioians al South Okanogan, Windermere district, Camborne and C res ton.
Canadian Money for Japs
Montreal, March 30.—The announcement was mode by the Bank
of Montreal to-day   that il had re-'
poived subscriptions amounting, to
nearly    $15,000,000    mostly   from
Montrealers, fur the new Japanese
loan.     Tho subscribers will slime
iu the New York allotment,
A Gigantic Company.
Trenton, N.J., March 80.—The
American Smelters' Exploration
company was Itworporated here
to- lay with an authorized capital
of f'.i 000,000 in eon,iu, t mining
operation-    of    every   description.
The Incorporators are W. W. Porter
Prank VV. Holla, both of New York.
and John .1. Trace? of Jersey City.
Lardeau
Hotel
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
I1FN visiting Ferguson you
should stay at the Lardeau
Hotel.     Here   the    visitor
will  be  surrounded  with
home comforts.    Excellent
cuisine,     well   ventilated
Rod    « ii nn    rooms,    well
Stocked bar,   ami   everything which
lei ds towards making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Hates from $1 day upwards,
We strive to please our patrons.
FERGUSON.
NEW
BOOKS
A LADDER OF8WORD8.
lly Gilbert Parker, cloth. $1.50
THE LAST HOPE.
By H. S. Mcrriinan. cloth. 1.50
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
By D. VV. Higgins, Victoria,! .50
FOSTER'8 'BRIDGE' MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
Building Trail's Pocket Hook
Business Man's 1'oeket Hook
Mich,inic's Pocket Meim rainlum
Three vols. 1.50
I'nt by the International Correspondence Sell.ail st il .'Mill   our price 91.50
&;5&aj^j&&'&.'k^
NOW
it. the time f .r you lo
I" liny Lit**, tferi r wi re
the Prospects of Fergusou
so bright.
The  Town   of  FERGUSON
Will  be one  of   the    Greatest
Ore Producing Camps in the
World. The high degree of
biicccsh achieved hv lh<
numerous WEALTHY ami
PRACTICAL BRITJ8H and
A M K |{ I r A N M [ NI N G
COMPANIE8 now operating
there   la   a    liihutc   (o    Die
tremendous w slth of the hills
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NELSON,  B
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
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Celebrated Brands of
am! Kt*n.".
NELSON,
Main,   l'..e "ii
B   C.
Our spring stock  has
Trot out your job print in;.
arrived.
MACKINNON and
SUTHERLAND
We have everything at our
Stoi-e   that   you    Require.
tiMt\
:T!he Year  1905:
Finds us at the Old Stand
striving to please you All
with QUALITY and PRICE
FERGUSON - - B. C.
9
1ADDEN HOUSE 8SS£$S
Do you need». eomtbrtebli homer  if **.. try
to Mi..1.1.'ii House, Weil fnriii-.il. <i rooms
Kiii.-.i i.y tleotriolty, flrat-elsas boerd, in
i.' i>.ir vim win tin.) an ii.. iM-at domestic end
Imported ll.|ti..iawii.l rliu.r-..
Thomas Madden. Prop-
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.
NoTIrr: in licnhy irlvcn iiml iho reserve
lion Satawtabed in porsuenee nf the provi.
•Ions..fii.. "i'mIuiiiIiIii end \Vi-.i.rn u.tii»i.y
Hill.silly A.i IMM." inillci-nof which were puo-
n-l.' .1 iii Hi.-   I'r.li-li Col'lllil.hi  '.i.wile   nml
deted to, May, mm. mul Mn June ISSS, "<h.
lively, no' in o to neno ii.*!,
frown imi.U iltlietod wimiii thi'ar.'ii ei...
iTM.-i'ii i.\ the sold reservation ..ill be opened
In title, «. Illi'lnl'lll. I.'HS,. I.nil nlli.-r 'll-|"".in.ii
under the provisions ..r n Land  Act,"
Hire.    Ill.llltlll   nil, i Ih•■ Mul.   "I   Hi.    Mini lull.
Mention ..in., in>ii.'.' in ih.. nun i, Uolamlihi
i.n/i'ii.'; provided,hnwever, n.ni Inellenaea
w in n lends ere ao sold, pre-empted, leneed m
nilirrwlar nllennl. ii by tne fjovernnwnf, end
in. .nl... ,|iii-nlly (bund, upon the Hiirvi-i of
Ilu I' .iniil'ii. i.ml Wasleni K.illU'i.v r.'.in-
imny's blocks, tn lie Wholly or in perl wiih.
in aUPh blocks, then the pentoliM m. ....i■. i. im.-
Mi.h iiiinia .hull soqulrs ih.-lr UUa thereto
iTom Un' ii.i*rway Oompeny, wim beveesreed
ii• .leal with aiinii purchnaera, preemptora,
ii"...i», etc.,on ihf ssmeternta iiiiilc.in.llil..n»
ii>lh>. iiiiv«ri.in.iii irinilil uinler the pnivl-
■ lulls nftliri'  I.mul A.'l,".'xr. I't In  r..|K'il lo
llmbsr iin..is on ri..- Company a bloeks, Which
shun be siiii|.ei to tberejrnletlonsIssued by
ih.' Company relative t«. i in- .nit init of timber
• "I llnit iiliiinl'lii ..ml Western llnllwuy l.iinil
iiii.nl.
W, S, u.iiii;.
Deputy Oommleslonerol Lendsd Winks,
I,amis nml Wi.iIik I>. |>urli.t.-t.
Public School, Hospital, ami
other institutions. Excellent
W'aier-wiirfcs s*fste_ Streets,
Stores nnd Besidences illn-
inineil hy Eiectl KHv. Huily
mail i,i rvice. The toWOtite
is iiilmiiubly laic] .nil Gel in
NOW on the ground floor.
Lota can now be purchased
.-Si
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ikon
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$75 «■-
TOWNSI rE AQENT
| HENRY FLOYD
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RRVEI-STOKE, B. C.
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■ BEAION. a c.
Y
'I8ITOR8 arriving m Beaton (th
via Arrowhead
tlire.i|io|i|
.     f  III.'  I.lllilenll
will fiinl thin llolil  to lie fnllv eoiiii'i' "I
for hlgh-elass trade,   Kxcellout noeomi Istlori.    A well
sppolnted and spacious dlnlua hall. The besi ol Wines Snlrlu
nn.K Igsrs. PBrspnslsuperfTslon Is given to the requirements ol
patrons  \ isitors to the Lardeau can rely on eomfortal thli hotel.
=£3
Victoria, I ,c.,'."r.l Kthrnnry, IIKV.,
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
r,,, Vt>oaaip9ci ope n.m ^^.^^,^q
r   ^ FERGUSON H0TEL
The imte.1 home for tiavi*1lern visjlin-.
Ferguson, B.C.
.4 well stocked Bar „ the choicest Liqours, Witiei  etc,
McDonnell &  Black
proprlot<
bi'KW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
■Fob b.vi"imint ami Protection
THOS. TAYLOR, Agent.
Revelstoke    ami    Tbout Laki
l
NOTICE.
I)., lilnei.iv. Doubtful, O.D., O.H.ant
\ Y.Z , mineral claims situate in the
Troul l.nke Mining Division ol West
Kootenay district.
Where located:—Near Troe.t Creek,
I'l.iiil :!'.. miles Irom Trout Lake.
rake notice that 1, O.B. N Wilkie
■eting ns agent lor Jas. J. UcGlone, free
miner's cortiflcate No. B88187, intend
sixty days afterdate hereof, to apply lo
the Mining Recorder lor Certificates of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining .Town grants of lhe above claims,
And further take notice that action
nnder section 37 most Is* oommenced
before the Issuam f such certificate ol
improvements    Dated thin 30th dav of
March, A. D., liKft
Mttr.81'06. 0. 11. N. WILKIE.
NOTICE TO  1.1-l.ix.jl KMT CO-OWNERS,
To Contractors.
TJRICKLAYEB   (Abstaiuer)   wantt
•aj    work.    Write, Stating wages offer
ed to J. W.JONES, fort William, Oni
|To I'miie Kin., and J. W. Smith or I.
whomsoever they they may liavel
transferred their Interest in thei
" .. aple Leaf" a.ineral claim,situated
mi the south east side .•( Poplar ere ik
nml alKi.n lwo and a half miles from
the mouth of the .reek, in tbe Troul
Lake Mining Division of West Koot-
.•nay.
Vou are hereby notified that I, Arthur
ti. Johnston, co-owner with yon in the
" M.i|.l. Leal " mineral claim above
lies,'iiiie.i have performed labor an.l
made expenditure ontheaaid claim to
tl.   extent ol $100.00,"under the pro-
Irisioi - af seelii,n L'4 • 'f tin- Mineral Act.
in order to hold said claim, ami the
y.-ai Im wini'ii sai'l labor was perfi rn .-.i
End expenditure nis.li* having expired,
do hereby give you notice to contribute
yniir |iin|'oitii.ii of such expenditure,
ami yon are further notified that if at
tl i pi rati t 90 days of publication
hereol you fail or refuse to contribute
i "iu proportion ol Ihe expenditure eo
made, together »ith all costs of advertising, M.i.i iuieresls in the sai.l claim
♦■hall become vcated in m* under and
by virtue ol provisions of Section 4 of
tfie Mineral tct, amended Act 1900
Dated al Poplar i r. .k. r... . Dec.81.1H
ARTH1 B O. JOHNSTON, Co-owuei
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NOT1CKTO DELINQUENT OO  nWSKlt
To John Parisian or lo whomsoever hs
may have transferred ma Interest lo
tin- Homestake, ll«-x ami CharlulU-u-
burg mineral claims.
Take Notice thei 1 the undersigned
co-owner with you in the Hum. stake.
Ibex andCharlottenburg mineral claims
situate about 3 miles in esouth-wesl
direction from Trout hake in what is
known as lhe Homestake basin in the
Troul lake mining division ..( Wesl
Kootenay, havo performed the neressari
work ana made the necessary expendl
line on the aliove-tiienlioneil mineral
claims for the years 1900, 1901, IWB, in
order to I...hi the same under section '.'4
of the Mineral Aet. ami tbe loaia for
which said »<.rk was performed aud expenditure made having expired, 1 hereby give you notice tl.at if within til
dayi from 'lie lirst publication hereof
you fail or refuse I intrlbute yonr pro*
port ionateahare of such expenditure and
pay tl"- c -is of this advertisement!
V' iii interest in the said mineral claimi
will become the property of the under-
• int i under am by virtue of section *i
of the mineral act aiiieii.liiiriit act
1900
Dated  at Trout  Lake thin 7th .lay of
March, 1906, l-mia LamtBtAM.
Mar in.n". Co-Owner,
The B. C. ASSAY and CM   HICAl
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vancocvkk, B. C.
Headquarters for Assayers, Mining and
Mill Supplies. Sol., agents In It. 0. for
Morgan Crucible Co , Battersea, Kn^-
hiinl; I-, w. lira,in & Co.'a Patent Can
Furnaces. Burners, etc. : Win, Aims'-
worth .*i Co.'s Kine Balanced, etc,, etc.
P.Buras&Co
WHOLE8ALE   AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers in a 11 kinds of Fresh Meal
TROUT LAKE, B.O.
All kinds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake B. C.
Ii pays to nn.' the Telephone. A
lengthy 11 ij. can often be saved. Offices
at Ferguson! Cummins' Store; Trout
Lake, Posl Office al". at Beaton, Comaplix u.nl Arrowhead,
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,:
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Balmoral Hotel.
•,'iaitors lo Ferguson may rely upon the wry best of
aeconiinoilutimi  «t this  well-known  hotel     Rooms an.
well furnished thioughont.   The Bar is stocked Witt
a choioe assortment of palatable quencher*.
Under the Management of S. Slingcr
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, -  PROP.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
Ri vi nge mineral claim, situate in the
Troul l.nke Minion Division of Weal
Kootenay district.
Where located i—On Triune Mountain
n north westerly extension of the M"rn
ine star mineral claim.
fake Notice that I, George B. Mc.
Carter, acting as agent for Andrea Ferguson, free miner's certificate No H88M8
intend, sixty .lave from the dale hereol.
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Ce.iiii.aio of Improvements, for tbe
purpose ol obtaining a Crown Grant ol
the above claim,
Anil further take   notice   that   action.
under section .'tr, must  be commenced
(..■(ore  the   i-siianee of   Hiieh Cerlilieal.
ol Improvements.
Dated   tins   Kith day   Ol   March, A.l>.
1906, |i.l.o. 8. McCARTER.
17-8-06,
I
SJP   you want to SLL
|       you want to BUY
Correspond with the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We have several Good Proper*
ties listed nn which good terms
eun he iiti'l.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" Review " Building.
Trout Lake, B.C.
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
The BEST Always!
IN FINK SHOES !
MINING BHOE8 !
SHOE PACKS:
RUBBERS ami
OVERSHOES!
GERMAN  socKS!
Ih wbal yon win g*i if v..ii i|.< your iKiylug
with ua,  m. don't miget, when wanting any.
tlili.x In Hie way ol lootwear to .-all ou n>, i'i
■ line .. line,
Dominion Hotel
First-Clasp in every  respect,
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
! 1 THIVQ   SKW    AN ll     KIIIST-CI.VW   IN   AM.   BKSJ
Fire  Proof Safe
The house l» atoeked wltli me n-...t Wine* aal Btfan o   ilieiairl«_
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
i« Under the same Management.
& Nelsaa ■ Props.
Tie ROYAL SHOE STORE
Nelson, B. C.
ANDREW    &
CO.
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
UltHBleS
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE....
Apply :
Jack Crawford or Andy Craia
Mail or.li-rs carefully and  promptly
attended to.   A|**'iit for siutir uml Net*
tll't.lll   SlllM'S.
TIME    TABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S. LAKDEAU.   |
Hunrjinu between  Arfowhead,   Bcs> '
ton and Comaplix, oomtneuelng Ueto I
ber  Uth,   1903,   will   sail   as  follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton am: i
Comaplix, twice daily-10k and 5k.
Leering Beaton and Comaplix foi
Arrowhead, twice dally—7:15k am:
I2;4.".k. Milking cloae oooneotinn*.
with all C. P. K. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve the right, to
change times of sailings without
notice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
I
E. R. VIPOND
Trout. Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best» Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   __
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Fob Balk: Lota :>.r> nml 06
olock 17, Trout Lake. Apply to
Mrs. .1. II. German, 605 University
St Seattle, Waah.
nelson  Directory.
WATCHES.
We are watch people Cist of all.,
We make watches our g.fat specially.     Wo  air  in   fact   universal
watcli providers.    W. boast of the
most   comprehensive    stuck   aud
promptest service.    Our natron*
ago  prtivOB  onr  pre-eminent'"  ill
tlie  retail   watch   trade.     Once a I
patron, always n patron.
Buying watihea I" tho t|unntiij |
tluit we ilo, we are  enaliloil to ie*»
euro  discount!   impossible   lo I ho;
■mailer dealer, and wc turn them
over to   you   nt   a  cori'.-spoiuling|
red net lou in price.    Write us for
prices.
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, KossUnd, Trail.
Jewelers and Engraver.
Starhc? 8. Co.
	
WHOLESALE DEALER! In Batter,
Bggi,   chi'i' f.   Produce   and   Fruit, j
Houston Bk*iJwepliiw8t.B*lipn,B.C.|
£
TROUT LAKE CITY
THERE liavo been fortunes
iiiiule by judicious investment in Real Estate, and
more fortunes will be made than
ever the mxl two or three years.
"be tine who reaps the harvest in
the original investor, for he has
hi*, money on a rerlainty.
Now let ua point on I to you that
there i- no belter spot <.n ;hr Con*
tiivnl In Imv Real Kstate than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake in the prettiest spot
iii lhe Kooteiniys; an u pleasure
h*s*»rt it has no equal, Boating
Hivl fishing iniiy be iiululrieil in
the y.'iir round ; while hiu •'nine
in u'iiiikUiicc is to the found on
the hi'K lis climate is superb,
there l>. nig no great extremes, it
bing mild in winter and cool in
Mintiier. |i can boast of some of
ih.'fini'M lintels mul residences in
British Columbia. Its streets are
will lai.l ..ut iiinlgriid.il. There
nr" two excellent uiiiiriil stores,
and n glance at the advertisements
in this Journal will show Unit nil
trades hre fairly Well represented.
Wiit><  with confidence tu Agents,
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
trie
F
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Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once
..   ..
. ..        a.
Then call on
or   write  to
HW
m
■££.
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JH  '
IT hns never had a " boom " its
growth has been steady. It is
the head of navigation, and
the terminal of the Lardo iuatirh
of the C.P.R, All roais (in the
Lurileaii) lead to Trout I.like. It
is the Commercial centre of the
lieln-st mineral district ou thc
continent, and has banking belli-
lies provided by the Impelial
Hunk of Canada ] first-class school
accommodation under lhe direction nl B. Shannon, B.A. | a good
water system ; government cilices ;
County Court sittings; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
nml cottage hospital,
There are valuable ranch lands
nn the outskirts awaiting settlers.
Its lumber resources are magnificent, and a band saw mill with a
CSpHciry of 60.000 ft. per day is at
t _ head ul tho lake. The mines
Mikitniy are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up nob bodies of
ore.
There will be a big rush this
summer, so if yon would know
more, write at once to ell bet of
the agents at the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
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Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at the^gv||W^ob D<
^^^illlLAKEViEw'HOTELl  H  City   Drug
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
J. Laughton _ the Union Hotel,
Revelstoke, intends potting ens
ibus between the hotel ami  station,
•nd is bavjng one Bxed up by 8,
Mi'Malmn for this pur] i -■
tn'o. liatho't* Jersey cow Inula
present from Santa Claus on Monday night.    Sopce I- acting nurst
T. King baa left &*Mile, where
he has aeted as assayer - aasifltant
for some time, to take up a remunerative position at Vancouver.
N'el.s Anderson, Pete Anderson
un.l Frank Rillie hs up b
Che Silver  Cap to make prepara-
- •' ir  the reception ol a large
i iree  of  men.    The slides are all
down,   ami   it   is  thought that no
loos damage has been done.
A charge of assault and battery
was preferred by a red-light (lady
against one of her "guests"' on
-\itr.niay evening last, and the
magistrates teamed that the culprit had a decided mania for
punching ladies of that ilk. To
satisfy justice he was fined 120and
costs and bound over to keep the
peace for 1- mouths, and to find
two backers at 1250 each, and himself a surety of 1600. The bonds
are up. and the tin*- is paid.
Mrs. J. Q. McKinnoti and children left on Monday for a visit to
Sandon.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sling, r are
visiting the Hot Springs this wi   »
AlLvn Chisholm. secretary
Leal branch of the Miners* Union,
returned on Saturday from N--.--
where   he   has  been attending the
C" uven tion.
P.   J.   Devine,  foreman  at   thej
Nettie I., mine was down   on Wednesday
Pat Burns, who has been mining
at the Nettie L. for some time, left
for Adams Lake this w-ek.
Harry Carter fell over a bluff up
tfouth  Fork near 6-Mi
h-t w..ek and received •
shaking up
Jack Atkinson mei with a
ful   accident   whilst   hewing    the
.ck for  the new bridg
Qainer  Creek.      Th.-  broad ax.-
slipped,  an.t   as   he di I
his  fe.*t   in   a tub  th"  result was
serious to the f.H.t.
BAB WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and Cigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
Excellent Cuis
Madden & Levesque
Props
FRED C ELLIOTT.
BAKRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC,
Trout Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson.
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THI    PIONBEB
Lavery and Dray Stable;
Bad Re, Pack an<I Cartage II irsea Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Deity state leaves   Beaton -u i. ■ Lake Fergeaon aad Caaborat
Leaves F   . .i  rrout '. ■       • it 7 i.m.
Branch Stables at Trour I.al.e. Beaton, -  u and Camborne.
tleo.8. McCurter. J   A. Harvey
A. M.   Plnkamn.
HARVEY  McGARTER I PiKKHHAM
BARRISTERS.
SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE    B.  C
lir. i.-u Q_o_  at uotdan. Furnla anFurt
etssto, ii. u.
eltors'.ir Iiiiiieruil [lank ofCanada.
JOHN MANNING SCOTT.
S    A ,  l_.l_.
A full line   of Choice stationery
Just Received]
* *   £>/-\    School Supplies, Proprietary Medicines,
AL/OV/j    TOILET APTICLE5, ETC.    PRESCRIPTION   WORk!
a SPECIALTY    STRICTLY   CASH
BARRISTERS,SOLICITORS, ETC.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE.  B  C
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters for Mmi _ and Cuiiimercial li
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
Rerelatoke Station.
B. C.
VV.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Hotel.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
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H aJ Office i
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
. ■..•'• .j. Manitoba.
.
r. I:   \IF.RP.1TT. I O.R.WILKII I Gen. Man
B. HAY, assist ml '- - -       W  M . - .-
Trout    Lake. . B.       . Brantli— *.    lieiwril    Ha-ikln»    Euilncaa    rran_cttd.
terett allowed.
Dr..' i.-t
11     -
-   • ■    .     i - .ml
Mliiuu Bonds.
T. B. BAKER,
.lanager
B. J.
CUMMINS
ii«n«rsl  sturv.    Pall t.lna
)fi'anni*.l Gooda,     Knnla
-.twin.  Hla;asaortment
■.I Boaokafs   -
OrB.ii of the HI* Broil Telephone Co.
FERGUSON
E. MOBDS   PPOP
Contractor
And Builder.
Hotel and
Owner of the Abraham- Ceneral Store
son Addition to thc
Townsite.
.•---    ...
J.V. MURRAY,
TRi.PT LAKK. B. C.
MStpanyi'
l.«ik.*.l after.
G. B. Batho ?;
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Job Printing at T£. J
Mining Review K.6_t    *•*•**
EASY TERMS.
GERRARD
.
B   C
AGFA, for
SF. AND (
:in'< Planoa
V.M. Westfall & Co.
SSE of the ALEXANDRIA
FERGUSON, B.C.
T rOWfiKK
Post Office Block.
Main Stree-.
OK
JBarber Sbop
— K">i: a —
liond Sha.e or Haircut
- ■  __OS
William Schr.ell,
Hot and Coid rathj
SURVEYORS
tars,
■i •
' . ■
MininaProix- r '
.l.-ntn.
Ijirl-Tii-. ~t..opp.
.    rtli-i-
Trout, Lake. B. C
A!f. Baggalley, Sooth  vYa   -   -
•.■rinjt at the Lardeau },■
■ iver
Gold •
SHvi
man  ma.le an otticial  trip in
Wedneeday.   Hi' is registering at' 2""
|     Pergaaon I.
•= Hasaptng *
' irl- rir<r -.- ..    .. -^.^
Packing and   Fer*uson pa<*ing*
Freighting
Transfer   Outfit.
Gold Commissioner K. L'. Chip-
«
'
Mrs. L. Lee ha- - ■ -i the
painful new- oi the death f
hut-band, who «.* k. . - ntly
in a railway snia."h on the Northern Pacific Shi* went to St Paul
■ n W'.'i: .-.lay.
J   Morgan and   Ed,   I*.. II have
ftone op thi   Sooth   Fork to
meat week or. thc ' oon an.l
Davie.
Jim 8n_l made
to oat sistt-r town on TLur-:
ArtharGoedeneagh, K •     r  •
among the .hi- week.
Surviy.,r Wilkie is niakingpr*-at
progreei drawing the tine I
• tiinntl."    Cahiru •••
it* ■ f. .1 (oi the arconim.i.! itmii ..f ;i
jarge f..rc.' oi men.
THKV ARI W0FDIRJ5G
What th.- P.T.P. thinks of l!.(
Who trill make fortoaei this •.. ar "|
Wiivr it fffU like to U> a Lib*
W iiy thc town doeta't [•corpot il
Why Bill tUt* Urh«r deenl train
Ua voice ?
IVht the " . ii " don't go
«• ay beck I
Why m manv gei broke More Um
day break- *
Why   it's rh<>a*per t* litk a .-Link
th.ie a ehip t
Ifnw much Lanlcia lead Kofopat*
kin Harriet in hjs "*_r ?
Why Capital rloc-n't taki the Great
Northern Mountain en blee and
quarry out t;
S   SHANNON    ■-•iayer,
FbK'il 5<)N B. C
C.iatracts   _t.rp,l mto  for pa.-kinj of Mioiag Supplies, etc.
''■ ar,w point in tlie .iistnet.
;..-. and any work nn.lirtalrsn *uarat.'..*.-i
satisfactory. "
Ferguson.      __aney,Prop.
o. b. n wilkieT p.l.s. G. M. YUILL
Provincial Laml Surv- JEWELLER,
Mineral Claims 5nr>**\e<l
ami Crown Grants OMalncJ
I I-ak.-.
\\
- ;
A  R. BETLAKD,
WI IAI. I AXD SI RVKT.K
Mia«ral Claims Surveyed
POM ir.  KASLO
W. H. Jones,
*ar*as i^t>-i«i i«i
•*
Loos.*    f  _/
Printing.
Binders,
NELSON. B. C.
Uitti. Block. M11 I
a. W. EDGE
I Viii)(rr
TROIT   LAKE
X.
Until Further Notice,!
Raspbenies
Strawberries
Lawton Berries
Black Raspberries
Peac]?.es
Pears
Huckleberries
Blueberries
Clierries
Pineapple
BEST BRANDS ONLY.
20c. per Can
5 per cent, discount for cash
Morl  of Chls
Next, week.
There is a Reason
A. G. FRASER
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOrCE. B. C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   MUCES   PAID
N'lll.-l     I.'  CO nil M |,-
t, r   >■   i' ■..    . |   ..
s
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0'*nrr with vou in ll •
mineral
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the   r.'.|iiir.-.|   a
i o ted n ni-th' . i tin
an.l i    . •
tier section H uf the mil   •
mllnii 'iOiiM1. ,,( (I,,, ,,,,,.,      j
refuse   to   .-viiiiilnil.    v    ir    ,, •■
ndi st| endll
.-r Willi the cost of this i I
v.nir inf'rrst In the sahl I
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